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This is an utterly fascinating tale of two women of the early 19th century--one, Ann Carson, a small businesswoman who attempted to kidnap the governor of Pennsylvania in a desperate effort to save her lover from execution; and the other, Mary Clarke, a writer and editor who saw an opportunity to capitalize on Carson's notoriety by ghost-writing her memoirs.
Neither of these women was typical, but Branson's account illuminates not only their extraordinary individual lives but also the general situation of women in the early 19th century. Branson's writing, while scholarly, is so vivid and engaging--and the tale so dramatic--that you'll almost forget you're reading nonfiction. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Good book.
This was originally a major thesis or a Publish or Perish piece. That does not diminish its relevance. While it is a biographical piece of two specific women in the Philadelphia, PA area in the early to mid 19th century, it is also a condemnation of the societal attitudes toward women at that time, and the injustices perpetrated upon them by the legal system. Much of the well documented information is taken from "The history of the celebrated Mrs. Ann Carson, widow of the late unfortunate Lieutenant Richard Smyth: Each woman was victimized by society and the legal system, one turning to real criminal activities, the other trying to live more or less within the law.
The publisher's blurb gives some useful clues, but this really needs to be read to truly appreciate what serious and appalling discrimination was perpetrated upon females in this time period. This turned out to be a really compelling read for nearly anyone, whether a history buff, law enforcement, or legal studies, and the references do check out.
I'm prejudiced toward the audio rendering, partly because of physical issues, and mostly because Sally Martin is such an excellent narrator of academic works.
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