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The act of reading books written primarily for a market of middle-class white women gave their readers spaces in which they could imagine different social environments and situations, and then either reject what those novels offered or select, modify, adjust, and adopt what seemed most appropriate to their personal daily lives. . read it and form your own opinion as to its character, its influence, its beauties, and its faults,” one female told 22 P art of O ur L i v es another in 1839. ”38 Commonplace reading was also instructive.
I have never written a story which could excite the love, admiration, and sympathy of the reader for an evil person, a bad character,” he said. ”30 Just as parents do today, many late-nineteenth-century parents carefully monitored their children’s reading; like today, many children protested—in their own ways. The mother of future president of Bryn Mawr College, M. Carey Thomas, tried to steer her daughter toward religious books and away from the novels she preferred when they visited the Baltimore Mercantile Library.
Connecticut, Rhode Island, Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio also established school district libraries, but with mixed results. Because state funds purchased only materials and did not fund staff necessary to manage them, collections deteriorated. . ”45 In his Report on the Public Libraries of the United States (1850), Smithsonian Institution Librarian Charles Coffin Jewett identified 10,015 libraries in thirty-one states and the District of Columbia containing 3,701,828 volumes. . 46 Jewett’s use of the word “public” may seem strange to twenty-first-century librarians who define a “public library” as one supported by local taxes, but for their mid-nineteenth-century predecessors it constituted a definition most librarians held in common.