Extractions: Site Orientation Heath Orientation Timeline Galleries Access Author Profile Pages by: Fifth Edition Table of Contents Fourth Edition Table of Contents Concise Edition Table of Contents Authors by Name ... Internet Research Guide Textbook Site for: The Heath Anthology of American Literature , Fifth Edition Elizabeth Stoddard’s writings present women strongly moved by passion, struggling for self-realization, and rejecting conventional piety with its emphasis on female self-sacrifice. Writing in an era which endorsed “the cult of true womanhood,” Stoddard failed to find an audience, not only because of her unconventional characterization of women, but also because of her cryptic narrative strategies. Nevertheless, during her lifetime, Stoddard managed to publish three novels, approximately 75 newspaper columns, 40 or so poems, and more than 80 prose works. Stoddard was born and raised in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, a fishing village on the northwest shore of Buzzard’s Bay. The bleak, seacoast landscape of Stoddard’s youth, a landscape which seemingly gave rise to intense, fixated, and often bizarre passions, provided the setting and the characters found in her best work, including all three of her novels. Almost pathologically close to her family, particularly to her brother Wilson Barstow, Stoddard left Mattapoisett only briefly until her marriage; she attended Wheaton Female Seminary for one term in 1837 and again in 1840–1841; she traveled in New England and to New York City where, in 1851, she met Richard Stoddard, an aspiring poet.
Elizabeth Stoddard: Poems An index of poems by Elizabeth Stoddard. STODDARD, ELIZABETH. Born in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, May 6, 1823; died in New York City, August 1, 1902. http://www.poetry-archive.com/s/stoddard_elizabeth.html
Extractions: POEMS BY ELIZABETH STODDARD: STODDARD, ELIZABETH . Born in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, May 6, 1823; died in New York City, August 1, 1902. Mrs. Stoddard was the wife of Richard Henry Stoddard, the poet, and their home in New York was for many years a center for the literary life of the city. Mrs. Stoddard was a frequent contributor of poetry to the magazines and wrote several novels. Her complete poems were issued in 1895. This biographical note is reprinted from The Little Book of American Poets: 1787-1900 . Ed. Jessie B. Rittenhouse. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1915. RELATED WEBSITES BROWSE THE POETRY ARCHIVE: A B C D ... Email Poetry-Archive.com
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Knickerbocker , or New-York Monthly Magazine , was a literary magazine of New York City , founded by Charles Fenno Hoffman in 1833, and published until 1865 under various titles, including: Its long-term editor was Lewis Gaylord Clark , whose "Editor's Table" column was a staple of the magazine. Hoffman, along with fellow members of the Eucleian Society , was the founding editor of The Knickerbocker in 1833, though he helmed only three issues. Clark bought the magazine in April 1834 and served as editor until 1861.
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