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Fiction
Author: Angela Mills,Mary Chapman
ISBN: 0813549590
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 352 pages
Publisher Rutgers University Press; 1st edition (April 15, 2011)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Angela Mills,Mary Chapman


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Treacherous Texts collects more than sixty literary texts written by smart, savvy writers who experimented with genre, aesthetics, humor, and sex appeal in an effort to persuade American readers to support woman suffrage. Although the suffrage campaign is often associated in popular memory with oratory, this anthology affirms that suffragists recognized early on that literature could also exert a power to move readers to imagine new roles for women in the public sphere.

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Suffrage Literature, 1846-1946 by Mary Chapman and Angela Mills. Published: 1 January 2013. by University of Illinois Press.

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The new exhibition, Shall Not Be Denied: Women Fight for the Vote, will tell the story of the long campaign for women’s suffrage. In line with this exhibit, Bookstore cats are an international phenomenon, festooning book lovers' havens worldwide. This is a collection as entertaining and as adorable as the cats themselves. Paperback; 336 pages.

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Treacherous Texts collects more than sixty literary texts written by smart, savvy writers who experimented with genre, aesthetics, humor, and sex appeal in an effort to persuade American readers to support woman suffrage. Although the suffrage campaign is often associated in popular memory with oratory, this anthology affirms that suffragists recognized early on that literature could also exert a power to move readers to imagine new roles for women in the public sphere. Uncovering startling affinities between popular literature and propaganda, Treacherous Texts samples a rich, decades-long tradition of suffrage literature created by writers from diverse racial, class, and regional backgrounds. Beginning with sentimental fiction and polemic, progressing through modernist and middlebrow experiments, and concluding with post-ratification memoirs and tributes, this anthology showcases lost and neglected fiction, poetry, drama, literary journalism, and autobiography; it also samples innovative print cultural forms devised for the campaign, such as valentines, banners, and cartoons. Featured writers include canonical figures such as Stowe, Fern, Alcott, Gilman, Djuna Barnes, Marianne Moore, Millay, Sui Sin Far, and Gertrude Stein, as well as writers popular in their day but, until now, lost to ours.