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Poetry Sunday: Fanny Kemble Redux

By Women's Voices For Change
In November we featured Fanny Kemble as a 19th century exemplar of reinvention, noting her independence and talent, and her unique reliance on those traits rather than her beauty. She was a poet and diarist, a thinker and, most important, a woman of conviction. Now, at the time of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, we revisit Frances Ann Kemble with very good reason.
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