[PW] toughie for y'all

m williams mysticgarden at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 09:07:42 PDT 2016


I don't know about two books, but Henry James' The Bostonians fits the
description. I just read it.
There was an Adam Gopnik piece about Henry James in a January 2016 New
Yorker.

~ Molly Williams

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On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 11:55 AM, Virginia Brown <aeaeiat86 at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Here's how it was described to me:
>
> 2 books, reviewed in the New York Times Book Review, within the last 6
> months to a year, about two women in the first wave of the feminist
> movement (i.e. Seneca Falls Convention, but that didn't work as a search
> phrase).
> One of the women was the "brains" and the other the "orator."
>
> Any help in identifying these two books would be MUCH appreciated, and even
> more appreciated would be a copy of the book review.
>
> thanks all!
>
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