New evaluation of a forgotten American woman writer

Show simple item record Lababidi, Iman en_US
date.accessioned 2009-11-25T13:35:59Z en_US
date.available 2009-11-25T13:35:59Z en_US
date.issued 1998 en_US
identifier.citation Journal of the Documentation and Humanities Research Center, 1998, No. 10, Pages 43-58. en_US
identifier.uri en_US
description.abstract Caroline Lee Hentz was a best-selling author. All of her books enjoyed a wide popularity, 100,000 copies being sold in a three year period over her life time. Furthermore, her books continued to sell following her death in 1856. Publishers kept some of the titles in print until the last decade of the century, which indicates that they continued to be in demand. A Philadelphia house, under the successive names of Carey and Hart, A. Hart, and Perry and MacMillan, was Hentz's original publisher. After her death the stereotype plates of all her volumes were purchased by T.B. Peterson and Brothers, also of Philadelphia, who then issued "Peterson's Uniform Edition of the Complete Works of Mrs. Caroline Lee Hentz" guaranteed to be printed on better paper then before. The last discoverable imprint of this edition was in 1889. en_US
language.iso en en_US
publisher Qatar University en_US
subject English Literature en_US
title New evaluation of a forgotten American woman writer en_US
type Article en_US
identifier.pagination 43-58 en_US
identifier.issue 10 en_US

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