Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women

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University Press of Kentucky, 1995 - 281 páginas
In her study of southern women's experiences across the centuries, Wolfe considers many ordinary lives, examines critical eras and the impact of time and the pressure of historical forces on the region's females.

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The literature on Southern women and their role in U.S. history is widespread and fragmented. Taking a not entirely restrictive chronological approach, Wolfe has produced the first modern holistic and ... Leer reseña completa

Daughters of Canaan: a saga of southern women

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The literature on Southern women and their role in U.S. history is widespread and fragmented. Taking a not entirely restrictive chronological approach, Wolfe has produced the first modern holistic and ... Leer reseña completa

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In the Beginning
11
And Another Generation Cometh
33
A Garden Enclosed Is My Sister My Spouse
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