Eva Wilder Brodhead

Eva Wilder McGlasson Brodhead (1870-1915) was a nineteenth-century American novelist, author and contributor to ''Harper's Magazine''. She is best known for her 1891 book ''Diana's Livery'', which is set in a hypothetical Shaker community and discusses themes of utopianism, gender separation and all-woman spheres. Provided by Wikipedia

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