5 edition of Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century (IlIustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) found in the catalog.
August 31, 2007
by Dodo Press
Written in English
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Eric Lott, in his book Uncle Tomitudes: Racial Melodrama and Modes of Production, estimates that at least three million people saw these plays, ten times the book's first. Ann Yearsley, the ‘Bristol Milkwoman and Poetess’, attached an ‘Autobiographical Memoir’ to the fourth edition of poems published in (Falke12–3).
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This incendiary memoir, about the author’s childhood in the s in a small industrial town in Southeast Texas, was published in and helped start the modern memoir boom. The book. First published inKaren Blixen’s account of her 17 years living on a plantation in Kenya is an essential volume for any memoir collection.
The book, written under Blixen’s pen name, Isak Dinesen, explores her strange and wonderful surroundings—the African people; European adventurers; and lions, rhinos, and zebras for neighbors.Luckily for scholars of works for nineteenth-century American children, she left a record of the books she read as a child as part of her memoirs.
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