Owning up : privacy, property, and belonging in U.S. women's life writing / Katherine Adams.
'Owning Up' argues that from its beginning the U.S. discourse on privacy has been couched in terms of violation and dispossession, so that even as 19th century Americans came to regard privacy as a natural right, they also understood it as under threat or erasure.
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
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- ONE: Introduction: Imperiled Privacy
- TWO: Tarnished Icons, Shining Lives: Fullerâ€?s Publication of Privacy
- THREE: Stoweâ€?s Truths: Privacy, Privation, and the Mob
- FOUR: Freedom and Ballgowns: Elizabeth Keckleyâ€?s Executive Domesticity
- FIVE: The Cost of Self in Two Alcott Utopias
- SIX: Epilogue: Rebirth