Helynne Hollstein Hansen

HELYNNE HOLLSTEIN HANSEN {[email protected]} received her PhD in French from the University of Utah. She is a professor emeritus of modern languages at Western Colorado University and a former vis￾iting professor of French at Brigham Young University. She is a former staff writer for the Church News and Deseret News. She is author of a scholarly monograph Hortense Allart: The Woman and the Novelist, and a novel, Voices at the Crossroads. She currently resides in Salt Lake City.

Feminism, Polygamy, and Murder John Bennion. An Unarmed Woman.

Articles/Essays – Volume 52, No. 1

John Bennion’s work is set in the late 1880s and focuses on plural marriage through the lens of a murder mystery.

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In Search of Women’s Language and Feminist Expression Among Nauvoo Wives in A Little Lower Than the Angels

Articles/Essays – Volume 27, No. 2

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Prostitution, Polygamy and Power: Salt Lake City, 1847-1918, by Jeffrey Nichols

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3

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