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Book Review| June 01 2007
Women, Money, and the Law: Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Gender, and the Courts; Belabored Professions: Narratives of African American Working Womanhood
American Literature (2007) 79 (2): 420–422.
Emily Klein; Women, Money, and the Law: Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Gender, and the Courts; Belabored Professions: Narratives of African American Working Womanhood. American Literature 1 June 2007; 79 (2): 420–422. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00029831-79-2-420
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