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Judith Sargent Murray
Transcript of Judith Sargent Murray
"On the Equality of the Sexes" " Other Works "Desultory Thoughts upon the Utility of encouraging a degree of Self-Complacency, especially in Female Bosoms" 1784
"The Gleaner" 1792-1794
"Virtue Triumphant" and "The Traveler Returned" 1795
"On the Domestic Education of Children" 1790
"The Traveler Returned" 1796
"The Reaper" Federal Orrery, 1794
"Lines Occasioned by the Death of an Infant"
"Lines Written while Rocking a Cradle"
"On Blending Spirit with Matter" Meet Mrs. Judith Sargent Murray Questions? Syllabus Questions What is the relationship between God and God’s creation? What is “the American Dream” and whom does it include or exclude? How do — and how ought — race, class,
and gender shape human relationships? Bibliography Selvidge, Marla. "Notorious Voices: Feminist Biblical Interpretation, 1500-1920.
Continuum Publishing Company. New York, 1996. Skemp, Sheila. "First Lady of Letters." University of Pennsylvania Press
Field, Vena Bernadette. "Constantia. A Study of the Life and Works of Judith Sargent Murray 1751-1820." Maine, 1931.
Lauter, Paul. "The Heath Anthology of American Literature." Concise Edition, 2004. Crevecoeur Abigail Adams connections to other pieces Other Critiques according to Field according to Skemp "women are as able to endure hardships, are equally ingenious, unsurpassed in bravery and patriotism, possessed of eloquence, energy, loyalty, and heroism, and are entirely capable of supporting the toils of government" ""was more daring than anything Judith had published before. True, she had already hinted at her views, especially in her introduction to the Catechism. And the essay said nothing that she had not been saying privately for years. But to voice her opinions so forcefully on the printed page was a different matter." handout