restricted access   Volume 34, Number 2, 2017

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. vii-viii


Hidden in Plain Sight: Uncovering the Career of Lucretia Howe Newman Coleman

pp. 227-252

Word Become Flesh: Literacy, Anti-literacy, and Illiteracy in Uncle Tom’s Cabin

pp. 253-277

States of Innocence: Harriet Beecher Stowe, London Needlewomen, and the New England Novel

pp. 278-300

Creating a “Democratic Neighborhood” through Poetic Exchange: Lucy Larcom’s An Idyl of Work

pp. 301-320

Legacy Profile

The Girl Reporter in Fact and Fiction: Miriam Michelson’s New Women and Periodical Culture in the Progressive Era

pp. 321-338

The Milpitas Maiden: A Story of Some Women’s Rights and Others’ Sufferance

pp. 339-352

The Real New Woman. Miriam Michelson Likens Her to a Pleasant Dream, Not a Nightmare

pp. 353-355

Legacy Reprint

The Bildung of a Reformer: Mary Livermore’s Poetic Involvement in the Anti-gallows Campaign of the 1840s

pp. 356-371

“Orrin de Wolf”

pp. 372-373

“The Conqueror and the Murderer”

pp. 374-376

Review Essay

Consuming Dickinson

pp. 377-386

Website Reviews

Memorable Days: The Emilie Davis Diaries by Judith Giesberg (review)

pp. 387-388

Susan Warner’s The Wide, Wide World eds. by Jessica De Spain etal. (review)

pp. 388-390

Book Reviews

Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism by Bryce Traister (review)

pp. 391-393

Civil War Nurse Narratives, 1863–1870 by Daneen Wardrop (review)

pp. 393-396

Archives of Desire: The Queer Historical Work of New England Regionalism by J. Samaine Lockwood (review)

pp. 397-399

Becoming Sui Sin Far: Early Fiction, Journalism, and Travel Writing by Edith Maude Eaton ed. by Mary Chapman (review)

pp. 399-401