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Table of Contents
|The Text of Charlotte Temple|
|Note on the Text|
|Selected Accounts of Susanna Haswell Rowson|
|Selections from Rowson's Writing|
|Charlotte: A Tale of Truth|
|From Appeal, Chapter VI, "French Teachers Not Always the Best Women in the World"|
|Preface to Mentoria (1791)|
|Preface to Trials of the Human Heart (1795)|
|Preface to Reuben & Rachel (1798)|
|Preface to Sarah (1813)|
|Preface to Rebecca (1814)|
|From Verses to a Libertine (1786)|
|From The Fille de Chambre (1794)|
|From Reuben & Rachel (1798)|
|From Charlotte's Daughter (1828)|
|I Never Will Be Married (1793)|
|The Sailor's Landlady (1794)|
|Maria. Not a Fiction (1804)|
|From Slaves in Algiers; or, a Struggle for Freedom (1794)|
|Concluding Address (1803)|
|The Bee-A Fable. Delivered by a Little Miss Nine Years Old (1811)|
|Dialogue. For Three Young Ladies (1811)|
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