The Journal and Occasional Writings of Sarah Wister
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 149 pages
The first publication of the entire journal of Sarah Wister, a young woman who form 1777 to 1780 wrote of her experiences to share with her two closest friends. Her writings, which represent both an autobiographical and a historical document of the Revolutionary War period, are supplemented in this edition by comprehensive annotations and introductory material.
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A NOTE ON THE TEXT
INTRODUCTION TO THE JOURNAL OF SARAH WISTER
THE JOURNAL OF SARAH WISTER
THE DEVOTIONAL JOURNAL
POETRY AND PROSE
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