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Reading and writing were collective enterprises within women's literary societies in early America and, as evidenced by one such postrevolutionary reading circle, the Gleaners, this commitment to collaboration had profound and pervasive consequences. The positions fashioned by the Gleaners...
In the 1830s, antislavery advocates used highly sexualized language to recruit Northerners into the growing immediatist movement. The "voyeuristic abolitionism" they developed in speeches, pamphlets and periodicals served to shock and mobilize men and especially women, who were urged to identify...
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