The artistry of anger : black and white women's literature in America, 1820-1860 /
Chapel Hill, N.C. :
University of North Carolina Press,
|Series:||Gender & American culture.
|Online Access:||Connect to the full text of this electronic book|
Table of Contents:
- pt. 1. The anger paradigm: theories and contexts. Anger as analysis and aesthetic in American women's literature
- Using the anger paradigm: the antebellum period as case study
- Suppressing treasonous anger: nation-building and gendered ideologies of anger in antebellum America
- pt. 2. Anger in the house and in the text: four case studies. Anger, exile, and restitution in Lydia Maria Child's Hobomok
- Maria W. Stewart's inspired wrath
- Masking anger as it is spoken: Fanny Fern's Ruth Hall
- The text as courtroom: judgment, vengeance, and punishment in Harriet Wilson's Our Nig.