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"Mary" — to "Mithery," June 18, 1876

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18 Jun 1876
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"Mary" — to sister, "Mollie," November 24, 1872

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24 Nov 1872
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"Mrs. Stanton and her daughter Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken from an old daguerreotype about 1857" (recto):

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[1857]
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Written: "Mrs. Stanton and her second daughter, Harriot Eaton Stanton now Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken about 1857."

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"Mrs. Stanton and her daughter Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken from an old daguerreotype about 1857" (verso):

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[1857]
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Written: "Mrs. Stanton and her second daughter, Harriot Eaton Stanton now Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken about 1857."

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"Nellie G" — to Isabel Treadwell Towne, September 17, 1866

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17 Sep 1866
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"Nellie" — to father, November 15, 1868

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15 Nov 1868
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"Nellie" — to mother, November 10, 1868

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10 Nov 1868
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"O'me alone?": Aristotle and the failure of autarky in Shakespeare's Coriolanus

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2020-January-01
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Authors
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This thesis offers an Aristotelian reading of <em>Coriolanus, </em>with the goal of assessing the viability of individual self-sufficiency.<em></em> As political and moral treatises, Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics and Politics are valuable intertexts through which Shakespeare's more imaginative work may be analyzed...

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"Phrenological Character of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton," 1853 (Photocopy)

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1853
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"Racism is Solved!" A Fake Conservative's Guide to Social Justice

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2014-January-01
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Department or Program
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Under the cloak of a character who is as ignorant as he is conservative, Stephen Colbert delivers snaps-worthy "truthiness"-insights that often shine a light to mainstream systemic forms of oppression by embodying their very nature. In my thesis, I acknowledge...

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