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Women’s Writing, 1778-1838: An Anthology
Fiona Robertson (ed). This anthology brings together the work of over 40 women writers in a period marked by rapid social change, intense intellectual & political debate, & a sharpened focus on the rights & wrongs of women. Covering a wide range of writing in a variety of literary & non-literary genres, it represents women’s contributions to economics, the physical sciences, literature for children, social geography, history, & religion, as well as poetry, the novel, drama, & criticism. Some of the writers included are familiar names -- Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Elizabeth Barrett -- but many others are new. Controversial figures such as the prophet Joanna Southcott & the first female historian, Catharine Macaulay, come back into view.
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