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Fiction
Author: Elizabeth Ammons
ISBN: 0813511666
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Pages 310 pages
Publisher Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (May 1, 1986)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Elizabeth Ammons


This anthology of fiction by Rose Terry Cooke contains eleven stories, drawn together for the first time in one volume. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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This anthology of fiction by Rose Terry Cooke contains eleven stories, drawn together for the first time in one volume, that reflect the whole spectrum of Cooke's career from the 1850s to the 1890s. Cooke's stories are rich literarily and historically; her command of dialect, ear for dialogue, dramatic sense, and ability to draw interesting, memorable characters all distinguish her work. This reissue of some of her best work represents an important contribution to the canon of American literature. American Women Writers. Rutgers University Press.

Elizabeth Ammons, Rose Terry Cooke. This anthology of fiction by Rose Terry Cooke contains eleven stories, drawn together for the first time in one volume, that reflect the whole spectrum of Cooke's career from the 1850s to the 1890s. Rutgers University Press (1986). ISBN 10: 0813511666 ISBN 13: 9780813511665. It restores to American literature the work of a writer highly admired in her own day and increasingly recognized today as an important figure in the development of realism, the evolution of regionalism as a literary form, and the emergence of women writers in nineteenth-century fiction.

Elizabeth Ammons is Professor of English and of American Studies at Tufts University. Her most recent books are Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America and Reading in America: Literature and Social History. Thadious M. Davis is Professor of English at Brown University.

And Celia Barnes laid down her scissors with a bang, as if she might be Atropos . But married women have more troubles and responsibilities than the unmarried, Miss Celia," she said.

And Celia Barnes laid down her scissors with a bang, as if she might be Atropos herself, ready to cut the thread of life for all the despised class of which she was a notable member. I don't know how 'tis elsewheres, but here in Bassett you might as well be a dog as an old maid. I allow it might be better if they all had means or eddication: money's 'a dreadful good thing to have in the house,' as I see in a book once, and learning is sort of comp'ny to you if you're lonesome; but then lonesome you be, and you've got to be, if you're an old maid, and it. can't be helped noway. Christine Bold is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Guelph, Canada.

Rose Terry Cooke (February 17, 1827 - July 18, 1892) was an American poet and short story writer. Cooke was born Rose Terry in West Hartford, Connecticut, to Henry Wadsworth Terry and Anne Wright (Hurlbut)

Rose Terry Cooke (February 17, 1827 - July 18, 1892) was an American poet and short story writer. Cooke was born Rose Terry in West Hartford, Connecticut, to Henry Wadsworth Terry and Anne Wright (Hurlbut). She went to the Hartford Female Seminary where "For her own entertainment she wrote poems and dramas for her friends".

Elizabeth Ammons Harriet H. Fay . Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the 20th Century (Oxford UP,1991). Fay Professor of Literature Director of Graduate Studies. University of Illinois . University of Cincinnati . Short Fiction by Black Women, 1900-1920 (Oxford UP,1991). How Celia Changed her Mind and Selected Stories by Rose Terry Cooke (Rutgers UP, 1986). Critical Essays on Harriet Beecher Stowe (.

This anthology of fiction by Rose Terry Cooke contains eleven stories, drawn together for the first time in one volume, that reflect the whole spectrum of Cooke's career from the 1850s to the 1890s. It restores to American literature the work of a writer highly admired in her own day and increasingly recognized today as an important figure in the development of realism, the evolution of regionalism as a literary form, and the emergence of women writers in nineteenth-century fiction. Cooke's stories are rich literarily and historically; her command of dialect, ear for dialogue, dramatic sense, and ability to draw interesting, memorable characters all distinguish her work. This reissue of some of her best work represents an important contribution to the canon of American literature.