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Articles from Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers (January 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
"Dropping crooked into rhyme": Djuna Barnes's disabled poetics in The Book of Repulsive Women. Unger, Mary I. Critical essay 9694
"What mighty transformations!": disfigurement and self-improvement in Emma May Buckingham's A Self-Made Woman. Alves, Jaime Osterman Critical essay 9716
A different integration: race and disability in early-twentieth-century African American drama by women. Fox, Ann M. Essay 9560
Adele M. George Jewel Kerr (1834-?). Seitz, Rush; Laffrado, Laura Biography 4835
Editor's note. Tuttle, Jennifer S. Editorial 656
Freakery and the discursive limits of be-ing in Julia Ward Howe's The Hermaphrodite. Livengood, Nicole C. Critical essay 9519
From a Brief Narrative of the Life of Miss Adele M. George, (Being Deaf and Dumb). Excerpt 1347
Ill fated: the disease of racism in Julia Collins's The Curse of Caste. Schuetze, Sarah Critical essay 8439
Introduction: women writing disability. Davidson, Michael 6770
Love's Whipping Boy: Violence and Sentimentality in the American Imagination. Book review 1364
Lyric underheard: the printed voice of Laura Catherine Redden searing. Luck, Jessica Lewis Essay 8064
Novel Bondage: Slavery, Marriage, and Freedom in Nineteenth-Century America. Book review 980
Playing Smart: New York Women Writers and Modern Magazine Culture. Book review 1933
Politics and sympathy: recognition and action in feminist literary disability studies. Herndl, Diane Price Essay 5743
Style, Gender, and Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Writing. Book review 987
The benevolent education of maritime laborers at America's first schools for the deaf. Eyring, Mary Essay 9885

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