"Certain to stimulate additional scholarship, not only Woolson but also about the 19th-century American literary landscape…A superb resource…Highly recommended."
--Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries
“Provides access to a rich archive of letters written by a woman author with a distinctive voice and decided opinion.”
--Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers
“Speculation over the closeness of her friendship with [Henry] James and the motives for her suicide has dominated accounts of her. The publication of her surviving letters shifts the balance.”
--London Review of Books
“Dean has single-handedly advanced immeasurably the study of this remarkable author… It is an immense achievement that will spark new readings of Woolson’s life and works.”
--The Henry James Review