Author:Catharine Maria Sedgwick

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick
(1789–1867)
Early American author. Sedgwick became one of the most notable female novelists of her time. She wrote work in American settings, and combined patriotism with protests against historic Puritan oppressiveness. Her topics contributed to the creation of a national literature, enhanced by her detailed descriptions of nature. Sedgwick created spirited heroines who did not conform to the stereotypical conduct of women at the time. — Excerpted from Catharine Sedgwick on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Catharine Maria Sedgwick

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