Donna Campbell is Assistant Professor of English at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. She has published articles on Alcott, Wharton, Norris, and Freeman.
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When James Lane Allen defined the “Feminine Principle” and the “Masculine Principle” in American fiction for the Atlantic Monthly in 1897, he in effect described local color fiction and naturalism, two branches of realism often regarded as bearing little relationship to each other.
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