'I and my banker can afford to laugh': class and gender in Fanny Fern's 'Ruth Hall' and Hawthorne's 'The House of the Seven Gables and 'The Blithedale romance'.

Easton, Alison (1999) 'I and my banker can afford to laugh': class and gender in Fanny Fern's 'Ruth Hall' and Hawthorne's 'The House of the Seven Gables and 'The Blithedale romance'. In: Soft canons American women writers and masculine tradition. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, pp. 219-236. ISBN 1587292874

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