Abstract

abstract:

American-born writer and journalist Elizabeth Banks lived and worked in London (from 1892). She was known for investigative stories in leading newspapers and magazines. Her book Campaigns of Curiosity: The Journalistic Adventures of an American Girl in London initiated her “American Girl” persona. Banks published a novel, a book of short stories, and an expose of the classisi underpinnings of the English education system. She was a prolific writer who never lost her “outsider” status, which she used to critique a classisi society.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2475-6741
Print ISSN
2166-0107
Pages
pp. 205-213
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-12
Open Access
No
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