Table of contents for The artistry of anger : black and white women's literature in America, 1820-1860 / Linda M. Grasso.

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Part One. The Anger Paradigm: Theories and Contexts
Chapter One
Anger as Analysis and Aesthetic in American Women's Literature 3
Chapter Two
Using the Anger Paradigm: The Antebellum Period as Case Study 9
Chapter Three
Suppressing Treasonous Anger: Nation-Building and Gendered
Ideologies of Anger in Antebellum America 41
Part Two. Anger in the House and in the Text: Four Case Studies
Chapter Four
Anger, Exile, and Restitution in Lydia Maria Child's Hobomok 71
Chapter Five
Maria W Stewart's Inspired Wrath Ioi
Chapter Six
Masking Anger as It Is Spoken: Fanny Fern's Ruth Hall 35


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: American fiction Women authors History and criticism, Feminism and literature United States History 19th century, Women and literature United States History 19th century, American fiction African American authors History and criticism, American fiction 19th century History and criticism, Feminist fiction, American History and criticism, African American women in literature, Social problems in literature, White women in literature, Anger in literature