These fifteen essays explore the rich texture of women's diaries written in America and Europe over the past two centuries. The authors use a variety of critical methodologies to examine the diary as a text, as a form of women's self-inscription, as a window to the diarists' historical and contemporary lives, and as a theoretical tool that allows us to question longstanding assumptions.
Professor of English at Mankato State University, Suzanne L. Bunkers is author of four books, including The Diary of Caroline Seabury, 1854-1863. Cynthia A. Huff is associate professor of English at Illinois State University and author of British Women's Diaries: A Descriptive Bibliography of Selected Nineteenth-Century Women's Manuscript Diaries.
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