List of Feminist Rhetoricians - Alice Dunbar Nelson

Alice Dunbar Nelson

(1875–1935) Alice Dunbar Nelson was married to another poet named Paul Laurence Dunbar. She was a poet, journalist and political activist.

  • "Facing Life Squarely" (1927)

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Alice Dunbar Nelson - Works
... Washington Eagle newspaper "So It Seems to Alice Dunbar-Nelson", 1930, column for the Pittsburgh Courier Give Us Each Day The Diary of Alice Dunbar-Nelson ... "About Alice Dunbar-Nelson", Department of English, College of LAS, University of Illinois, 1988 ...

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