11 edition of Studies in six 17th century writers. found in the catalog.
Studies in six 17th century writers.
James Roy King
|LC Classifications||PR431 .K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 236 p.|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||65024645|
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Here are six fascinating 19th-century African-American women writers whose talent and daring are ripe for rediscovery. Hannah Bond (aka Hannah Crafts) Hannah Bond (pen name Hannah Crafts, born s – date of death unknown) escaped slavery around and settled in New Studies of bipolar disorder in the 17th century In the 17th century, Robert Burton wrote the book “ The Anatomy of Melancholy,” which addressed the issue of treating melancholy (nonspecific
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