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While Rowlandson's single work, The Sovereignty and Goodness of God, occupies a prominent place in American literary history, Guyart's voluminous and wideranging body of writing has long been treated as a valuable source of Catholic, French, and Canadian history, a reason her work now appears in twentiethcentury critical editions, including translations into English.2 Until recently, the importance of Marie de !'Incarnation's work to American literary history has been veiled by the religious vows that separate her from a strongly Protestant tradition.
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"Captivity, Freedom, and the New World Convent: The Spiritual Autobiography of Marie de l'Incarnation Guyart"Please download to view full document