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The novel follows a romance between a free-spirited, intellectual southerner, Blythe Herndon, and a former abolitionist and Union soldier, Roger Ellis. Blythe initially sees marriage to an outsider as an escape from the strictures of southern society but soon realizes that even Roger will expect a certain deference from his wife. Over the course of the novel she also comes to acknowledge her inability, despite a desire to be free from convention, to accept Roger's egalitarian views on race relations, his notions of free love, and his past affair with a married woman.

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This early feminist novel, originally published in 1878 on the recommendation of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, follows protagonist Blythe Herndon as she prepares to marry a man who, despite being an abolitionist, would make her a slave to his will. In addition to its feminist tilt, the book was one of the earliest to deal with Southern racism.
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