The Tenth of January
The Day of My Death
“Little Tommy Tucker”
One of the Elect
What Was the Matter?
In the Gray Goth
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps's career exemplifies the range of interests and achievements of nineteenth-century women writers. An acknowledged voice for woman's rights, antivivisection, and temperance caus...
During her thirty-seven years Elizabeth Stuart Phelps combined a literary career with the roles of mother, homemaker, and minister's wife. Her place in American literary history traverses religious an...
The central metaphor for understanding the life and work of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps may be that she was born twice. The first time was in Boston, Massachusetts, on 31 August 1844. She was baptized Mar...