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Religion and Domestic Violence in Early New England : the Memoirs of Abigail Abbot Bailey (89 Edition)by Ann Taves
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"This is an amazing study, a memoir which provides insight into family abuse in 18th century America.... a significant volume which enhances our knowledge of social and religious life in New England. It is also a moving contribution to the literature of spirituality." --Review and Expositor
"Students of American culture are indebted to Ann Taves for editing this fascinating and revealing document and for providing it with full annotation and an illuminating introduction." --American Studies International
"This is above all an eminently teachable text, which raises important issues in the history of religion, women, and the family and about the place of violence in American life." --New England Quarterly
"... stimulating, enlightening, and provocative... "
Book News Annotation:
First published in 1815. A devout congregationalist recounts her life with a husband who abused her and who committed adultery with the servants and incest with a daughter. This edition includes annotations on the text, and a long introduction describing the social, familial, and legal contexts of the time. No index. Cloth edition ($29.95) 35658-X.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. -198).
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