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Mary E(leanor) Wilkins Freeman
31. Oktober 1852, Randolph, Massachusetts - 13. März 1930– freeman Linksfreeman Literatur
freeman Mary E. Wilkins Freeman stellte das tägliche Leben im provinzuelle New England dar. Dazu schuf sie bemerkenswerte Frauenfiguren.
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Donovan, Josephine: New England Local Color Literature. A Women's Tradition New York: Continuum, 1988; freeman Rezension
Johns, Barbara A.: "Some Reflections on the Spinster in New England Literature". Toth 1985. S. 29-64.
Oaks, Susan (1985): „The Haunting Will: The Ghost Stories of Mary Wilkins Freeman”. Colby Library Quarterly 21:4, S. 208-220.
Patrick, Barbara: "Lady Terrorists: Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and the Ghost Story". In: Julie Brown, Hg.: American Women Short Story Writers. A Collection of Cricital Essays. New York: Garland, 1995. S. 73-84.
Rhode, Robert D.: Setting in the American Short Story of Local Color. 1965-1900. The Hague: Mouton, 1975.
Toth, Emily, Hg. Regionalism and the Female Imagination: A Collection of Essays. University Park: Pennsylvania State University, 1985.
Toth, Susan Allen. "'The Rarest and Most Peculiar Grape: Versions of the New England Woman in Nineteenth-Century Local Color Literature". Toth 1985. S. 15-28
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