Doctor Zay

Doctor Zay The heroine of this novel a rational rural Maine physician finds herself courted by a patient whose bones she has patched together after an accident He is a Boston lawyer who insists that marriage

  • Title: Doctor Zay
  • Author: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Michael Sartisky
  • ISBN: 9780935312720
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • The heroine of this novel, a rational, rural Maine physician, finds herself courted by a patient whose bones she has patched together after an accident He is a Boston lawyer who insists that marriage will not end her career In Doctor Zay, Phelps takes on a subject unusual for 1882 the conflict, as experienced by women, between marriage and career And as with all of PheThe heroine of this novel, a rational, rural Maine physician, finds herself courted by a patient whose bones she has patched together after an accident He is a Boston lawyer who insists that marriage will not end her career In Doctor Zay, Phelps takes on a subject unusual for 1882 the conflict, as experienced by women, between marriage and career And as with all of Phelps s novels, this one is both entertaining and consciousness raising on class and gender.

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    1. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Michael Sartisky

      Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, born Mary Gray Phelps, August 31, 1844 January 28, 1911 was an American author.She was born at Andover, Massachusetts In most of her writings she used her mother s name Elizabeth Stuart Phelps as a pseudonym, both before and after her marriage in 1888 to Herbert Dickinson Ward, a journalist seventeen years younger She also used the pseudonym Mary Adams Her father Austin Phelps was pastor of the Pine Street Congregational Church until 1848, when he accepted a position as the Chair of Rhetoric at Andover Theological Seminary and moved the family to Boston.Ward wrote three Spiritualist novels, The Gates Ajar, Between the Gates and Beyond the Gates, and a novella about animal rights, Loveliness While writing other popular stories, she was also a great advocate, by lecturing and otherwise, for social reform, temperance, and the emancipation of women She was also involved in clothing reform for women, urging them to burn their corsets in 1874.Ward s mother, Elizabeth Wooster Stuart Phelps, August 13, 1815 November 30, 1852 wrote the Kitty Brown books under the pen name H Trusta.Elizabeth Stuart Phelps and her husband co authored two Biblical romances in 1890 and 1891 Her autobiography, Chapters from a Life was published in 1896 after being serialized in McClure s She also wrote a large number of essays for Harper sPhelps continued to write short stories and novels into the twentieth century One work, Trixy 1904 , dealt with another cause she supported, anti vivisection a topic on which she also addressed the Massachusetts State Legislature Her last work, Comrades 1911 , was published posthumously Phelps died January 28, 1911, in Newton Center, Massachusetts.

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