Twenty diary excerpts written between 1830 and 1996 sketch the lives of Canadian women from the upper-class travails of nineteenth-century travelers and settlers to the workday struggles and triumphs of twentieth-century teachers, housewives, and writers.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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