"My soul is Among Lions": Katharine Lee Bates's Account of the Illness and Death of Katharine Coman

@article{Leopold2006MySI,
  title={"My soul is Among Lions": Katharine Lee Bates's Account of the Illness and Death of Katharine Coman},
  author={E. Leopold},
  journal={Legacy},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={60 - 73}
}
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