Activist (6-Sep-1795 13-Dec-1852)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Pierangelo Castagneto. Utopia Nera: Frances Wright e l'esperimento Comunitario di Nashoba. Genoa, Italy: Graphos. 1994. 141pp.
Celia Morris Eckhardt. Fanny Wright: Rebel in America. Harvard University Press. 1984. 337pp.
Amos Gilbert. Memoir of Frances Wright: The Pioneer Woman in the Cause of Human Rights. Cincinnati: Longley Brothers. 1855. 86pp.
Susan S Kissel. In Common Cause: The "Conservative" Frances Trollope and the "Radical" Frances Wright. Bowling Green State University Popular Press. 1993. 175pp.
Edd Winfield Parks. Nashoba. New York: Twayne. 1963. 326pp.
A. J. G. Perkins; Theresa Wolfson. Frances Wright, Free Enquirer: The Study of A Temperament. New York: Harper & Bros.. 1939. 393pp.
William Randall Waterman. Frances Wright. New York: Columbia University Press. 1924. 267pp.
Edmund White. Fanny: A Fiction. New York: Ecco/HarperCollins. 2003. 369pp.
Frances Wright. Biography, Notes, and Political Letters of Frances Wright D'Arusmont. Dundee, Scotland: J. Myles. 1844. 48pp.
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