When Laura Curtis Bullard wrote the novel Christine in 1856, she created one of antebellum America's most radical heroines: a woman's rights leader. Addressing the major social, political, and cultural issues surrounding women from within an unusually overt feminist framework for its time, Christine openly challenges a social and legal system that denies women full and equal rights. Christine defies her family, rejects marriage, and leaves a job as a teacher to embark on her career, rewriting the script for a successful ...

Christine: Or Woman's Trials & Triumphs 2011, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803213609

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