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By Leonard Unger

ISBN-10: 0684157977

ISBN-13: 9780684157979

Covers Jane Addams to Sidney Lanier

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In this, although not in her unhappiness, she was not typical of her generation. One must start with some introduction to Alcott's family. Among American authors, only Thomas Wolfe could be said to have drawn his material so extensively from family autobiography; only Emily Dickinson stayed nearer family ground. Unlike either Wolfe or Dickinson, moreover, from adolescence on Alcott defined her task in life as the financial and emotional support of her gifted but impecunious family. She wrote, she insisted, to meet what she felt as their claims on her.

Beloved Lady: A History of Jane Addams' Ideas on Reform and Peace. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1967. Levine, Daniel. Jane Addams and the Liberal Tradition. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1971. Linn, James Weber. Jane Addams: A Biography. New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1935. CRITICAL STUDIES Conway, Jill. "Jane Addams: An American Heroine,"Daedalus, 93:761-80 (Spring 1964). "Women Reformers and American Culture, 1870-1930," Journal of Social History, 5, no. 2: 164-77 (Winter 1971-1972).

There were two more books: a collection of memorials Addams had delivered on the deaths of beloved friends, The Excellent Becomes the Permanent (1932), and a partial biography, My Friend, Julia Lathrop (1935), published posthumously. Her energies flagged. The return of old disabilities and the coming of new ones hastened the end. She died on May 21, 1935, in Chicago. In her lifetime, friends hailed Addams as a prophet. If to prophesy is to foretell wondrous and calamitous events and to be disbelieved (the model of Cassandra), Addams does not qualify.

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