248 pages | 6 x 9 | 8 illus.
Paper 1997 | ISBN 978-0-8122-1619-6 | $27.50s | £18.00 | Add to cart
"[This book] supports a valuable idea, that Samuel Langhorne Clemens's relationships with women and with feminism contributed to his creative life to an unmistakably large extent. . . . Skandera-Trombley unearths a stunning array of material on the intersection of nineteenth-century American feminism and the nineteenth century's most important literary figure."—Nineteenth-Century LiteratureSelected by Choice magazine as an Outstanding Academic Book for 1995
"This book is to be applauded for its ambition, for its revisioning of the positive power of the 'company of women' on Clemens's career, and for its careful and revealing historical research."—American Historical Review