Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada: Volume 2

Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada: Volume 2

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Anna Jameson (1794-1860) was an inspirational figure to a generation of young women writers and artists including Barbara Bodichon and Bessie Rayner Parkes. Her work was reviewed by leading figures such as Mary Shelley and Charles Kingsley, and even Carlyle, though less complimentary, referred to her as the 'celebrated Mrs Jamieson'. This book, first published in 1838, secured her growing reputation as a writer of history, literary criticism and travel literature, and has been popular ever since. Inspired by a journey made to support the career of her estranged husband, one of its key themes is the condition of women, which recurs regularly in Jameson's writing. Volume 2 describes the arrival of summer, and Jameson's experiences of landscapes, towns and people from Niagara to Detroit. It includes reflections on Schiller, emigration, and the Canadian infrastructure. For more information on this author, see more

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  • Electronic book text
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113906052X
  • 9781139060523

Table of contents

The return of summer; Sternberg's novels; Detached thoughts; Mrs. MacMurray; Niagara in summer; Story of a slave; The rapids; Schiller's Don Carlos; A dream; The Niagara district; Buffalo; Canadian stage coaches; The emigrant; Town of Hamilton; Town of Brandtford; Forest scenery; Roads in Canada; Blandford; A forest chateau; The pine woods; Miss Martineau; Town of London; Women in Canada; The Talbot country; Story of an emigrant boy; Some account of Colonel Talbot; Journey to Chatham; The Post Office in Canada; The Moravian Delawares; Anecdote of an Indian; Voyage across Lake St. Clair; The American emigrants; Detroit; War of Pontiac; Contrast between the Canadian and the American shores; Churches at more