The first female novelist to top twentieth-century best-seller lists, Mary Johnston was also one of the most prominent and interesting southern suffragists. Hagar, an extraordinary prescient novel published in 1913, brings together her fictional flair and her serious committed feminism. An introduction by Marjorie Spruill Wheeler locates the novel in its historical context and enhances its value to the study of women in southern, and American, history and literature.
University of Virginia Press
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