's second daughter, Florence
, was born, and was named after Florence Nightingale
, the remarkable young woman whom the Howes had met while on honeymoon in Europe.
Clifford, Deborah Pickman. Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory. Little, Brown and Co., 1978.
Howe, Julia Ward. Reminiscences, 1819–1899. Houghton Mifflin, 1899.
found evidence in this volume of the way that [a]s a feminist intellectual, Rich reflects her experience of the world, her external geography and its internal biography, in her poems.
Hall, Florence Howe. “From In-Law to Outlaw”. Women’s Review of Books, Vol.
, No. 4, pp. 22-4.
studies various global and national issues of the past and present, such as the Persian Gulf War, poverty, and the struggles of homosexuals, and Jewish-, African-, and Irish-Americans. Florence Howe
has judged that...