"Another Name for Happiness:" The Life of Ann Plato
Many thanks to Antoinette Brim Bell, Professor of English at Capital Community College! If you want to learn more about the Hartford Heritage Project, including their work highlighting the history of the Talcott Street Church, visit their website. Ann Plato’s book, Essay: Including Biographies and Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Poetry, has been digitized by the New York Public Library and is available to read online.
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