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Author:
Sherwood Bonner,Katherine Sherwood Bonner McDowell
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978-0836989991
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0836989996
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Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1973)
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Katherine Sherwood Bonner McDowell (February 1849 – July 22, 1883) was a female author of America's Gilded Age. She is highly significant both as an author and as a feminist icon in an age when it was difficult for women to break away from the accepted norm of husband and household an. . She is highly significant both as an author and as a feminist icon in an age when it was difficult for women to break away from the accepted norm of husband and household and as such may be considered a romantic heroine of Gilded age feminism. She is also simply known as Sherwood Bonner, which was her pen name

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Katherine Sherwood Bonner McDowell was an American short-story writer and novelist under the pen name . Suwannee River Tales (The Black Heritage Library Collection) ) Views.

Katherine Sherwood Bonner McDowell was an American short-story writer and novelist under the pen name Sherwood Bonner . Katherine's attitude, revealed in her later writings, was one of love for the South, hatred of slavery, and admiration for the intellectual standards of the North. The Civil War left a deep impression on her mind. The siege of Vicksburg and Port Hudson, the passage of Johnston's army through Holly Springs, and nearby raids and skirmishes were the outstanding events of her life in 1863.

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Read online books written by Katherine Sherwood Bonner Mcdowell in our e-reader absolutely for free. Author Katherine Sherwood Bonner Mcdowell. Categories: Nonfiction. Author of Dialect Tales at ReadAnyBook. 10/10 1. Books by Katherine Sherwood Bonner Mcdowell: Dialect Tales.

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Personal Name: McDowell, Katherine Sherwood Bonner, 1849-1883. Publication, Distribution, et. Freeport, . Books for Libraries Press, (c)1972. Physical Description: xii, 303 p. illus. 23 cm. Series Statement: The Black heritage library collection. Summary, et. Eighteen short stories which reflect life in the South in the nineteenth century, particularly the attitudes toward blacks.

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McDowell, Katherine (Sherwood)Bonner As a young teenager, Katherine Bonner McDowell experienced the harsh .

McDowell, Katherine (Sherwood)Bonner. As a young teenager, Katherine Bonner McDowell experienced the harsh realities of the Civil War, when Union troops occupied Holly Springs and even her family home. McDowell's Gran'Mammy tales present a distinctive element of southern life; McDowell creates one of the finest literary portraits of the black mammy, who sustained and taught the members of her white family.

Eighteen short stories which reflect life in the South in the nineteenth century, particularly the attitudes toward blacks.