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Reading and Writing Ourselves into Being

The Literacy of Certain Nineteenth-Century Young Women

; Patricia Ruggiano Schmidt (Bidragsyter)

Foreword, Joan N. Burstyn. Chapter I: Beginning to Contextualize Eliza Wright Osborne in Her Literacy. Chapter II: Wherein the Problem is Set. Chapter III: Reading the Writing of ""The Particular"": A Methodology. Les mer
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Foreword, Joan N. Burstyn. Chapter I: Beginning to Contextualize Eliza Wright Osborne in Her Literacy. Chapter II: Wherein the Problem is Set. Chapter III: Reading the Writing of ""The Particular"": A Methodology. Chapter IV: On Their Own: Women Reading (Mostly) Women. Chapter V: Not on Their Own: Mothers and Men Prescribe Their Reading.

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Foreword, Joan N. Burstyn. Chapter I: Beginning to Contextualize Eliza Wright Osborne in Her Literacy. Chapter II: Wherein the Problem is Set. Chapter III: Reading the Writing of ""The Particular"": A Methodology. Chapter IV: On Their Own: Women Reading (Mostly) Women. Chapter V: Not on Their Own: Mothers and Men Prescribe Their Reading. Chapter VI: Writing Well: In Search of ""The Particular"". Chapter VII: ""Fixed Very Nicely Indeed!"": A Focus on Gender. Chapter VIII: Endings. Conclusion: Healing the Split Subject. References. Appendix A: Documentation of Primary Sources: Osborne Family Papers. Appendix B: Part One: Osborne Non-Correspondence Documentation. Appendix B: Part Two: Non-Osborne Documentation. Appendix C: Coding Categories for Content Analysis of 1988 Paper. Appendix D: Annotated Bibliography of Reading Citations in the Letters. Appendix E: Two Transcribed Letters from the Osborne Family Papers.