- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The Metropolitan Sources of the Adamses' Views of Sensibility
- Chapter 2 The Meanings of Sensibility
- Chapter 3 The Theory of Gendered Sensibility
- Chapter 4 Social Circles and the Reformation of Female Manners
- Chapter 5 Young American Women Enter the World
- Chapter 6 A Woman's Struggle over Sensibility
- Chapter 7 Sensibility and Reform
- Chapter 8 Abigail's Perspective, Public versus Private
- Chapter 9 John Adams and the Reformation of Male Manners
- Chapter 10 The Pleasures and Pains of Public Life
- Chapter 11 Raising Children With Sensibility
- Chapter 12 A Reformed Rake?
- Chapter 13 The Question Answered
- Chapter 14 The Americanization of Sensibility
- Abigail and John Adams
- University of Chicago Press
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