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death Phillis Wheatley
Though she died poor, she had never sold the handsome copy of Paradise Lost given to her in England by a future Lord Mayor of London. After her death it went to pay her husband's...
Education Margaret Fuller
In later life, having become a researcher into social conditions, she became the first woman with licence to use and work in Harvard University Library .
Mehren, Joan von. Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller. University of Massachusetts Press.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Textual Features Margaret Fuller
The book was based on the tour MF had made with Sarah Clarke of the Niagara Fallsarea, Chicago, Milwaukee, and the surrounding countryside. While much of the material was drawn from...
Textual Production Mary Howitt
The museum at Odense in Denmark, birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen , holds some MH material. A copy of R. H. Horne 's A New Spirit of the Age in Harvard University Library has...
Textual Production Mary Russell Mitford
Her papers are widely scattered. In England the British Library , the Bodleian Library , the John Rylands Library , and Berkshire County Library hold important material; so do Harvard University Library and the Huntington Library


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