At a glance:
- Author: Doris Faber
- First Published: 1972
- Time of Work: 18261902
- Setting: Johnstown, Seneca Falls, and New York City, New York, and Washington, D.C.
- Genres: Nonfiction, Biography
- Subjects: Social action, Family or family life, Social reform, Abolitionists, Authors or writers, Nineteenth century, Marriage, Feminism, Women's issues, Suffrage or voting rights, Women's rights, Biography
- Locales: United States, Washington, D.C., North America, New York, New York, Seneca Falls, New York
Form and Content
In Oh, Lizzie! The Life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Doris Faber presents a semifictionalized, narrative account of the life of Stanton from age eleven to eighty-seven. Much of the narrative is presented in dialogue, which breaks up the text and helps the story to flow more smoothly. Using primary source material, Faber has created a highly readable story in which each chapter details an event from Stanton’s life. Throughout the book, the author points out how these events contributed to the development of Stanton’s thought on women’s rights....
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