The Return to Sentimentalism in Antebellum Poetry Studies

  title={The Return to Sentimentalism in Antebellum Poetry Studies},
  author={Don James Mclaughlin},
  journal={Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers},
  pages={105 - 92}
  • D. Mclaughlin
  • Published 5 June 2018
  • History
  • Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers


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