If Constance Fenimore Woolson is remembered today, it is likely to be as a friend of Henry James, and a minor character in his much-chronicled life. Anne Boyd Rioux's biography is a reminder that Woolson was a serious and talented professional writer, with ambitions and achievements that have nothing to do with James.
Brenda Niall reviews 'Constance Fenimore Woolson: Portrait of a lady novelist' by Anne Boyd Rioux
Constance Fenimore Woolson: Portrait of a lady novelist
by Anne Boyd Rioux
W.W. Norton & Company Inc. (Wiley) $46.95 hb, 416 pp, 9780393245097
Brenda Niall’s writing career began during her time as an academic at Monash University, where she was Reader in the Department of...
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