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Analyzes the short stories of a turn-of-the-century regionalist writer who depicted New England village life. After a close reading of themes, techniques, and styles of two stories, later chapters survey Freeman's short fiction during three phases of her career, with individual analysis of selected stories combining a New Critical approach with elements of reader-response, psychological, feminist, and revisionist criticism. Includes a collection of essays and letters by Freeman on her own work and on writing in general, plus a chronology. For students of English and women's studies. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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