Rose Elizabeth Cleveland was the First Lady of the United States when she assisted her brother, Grover Cleveland. She was also a literary scholar, novelist, and a poet who published work that empowered women. This book positions Cleveland in the historical context of the early twentieth century, when she helped shape female subjectivity and agency.
Author: S. Salenius Publisher: Palgrave Pivot Published: 05/28/2014 Pages: 96 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 0.63lbs Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.38d ISBN: 9781137456526
About the Author Sirpa Salenius is University Lecturer at the University of New Haven Tuscany Campus, Prato, Italy.