A Gentlewoman in Upper Canada: The Journals, Letters and Art of Anne Langton (review)

@article{Mckenna2010AGI,
  title={A Gentlewoman in Upper Canada: The Journals, Letters and Art of Anne Langton (review)},
  author={Katherine M. J. Mckenna},
  journal={University of Toronto Quarterly},
  year={2010},
  volume={79},
  pages={570 - 571}
}
Anne Langton belongs to that small but noteworthy group of gentlewomen settlers of early Canada who recorded their literary reflections on backwoods life. Unlike her better-known counterparts such as Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Trail, she did not write for the public, and her letters and journals were only privately printed for the family. It was not until 1950, almost sixty years after her death, that her nephew Hugh Hornby Langton published the first version of A Gentlewoman in Upper… CONTINUE READING