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Eighteenth-century women and the arts

Author: Frederick M Keener; Susan E Lorsch
Publisher: New York : Greenwood Press, 1988.
Series: Contributions in women's studies, no. 98.; Hofstra University cultural & intercultural studies.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Eighteenth-century women and the arts.
New York : Greenwood Press, 1988
(OCoLC)581126231
Named Person: William Hogarth; Angelica Kauffmann; Adélaïde Labille-Guiard; Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick M Keener; Susan E Lorsch
ISBN: 0313263647 9780313263644
OCLC Number: 17765811
Notes: "Prepared under the auspices of Hofstra University."
Papers selected from the Conference on Eighteenth-Century Women and the Arts, held at Hofstra University, Oct. 10-12, 1985.
Description: xv, 301 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Julie de Lespinasse: a mirror for the Enlightenment / Dena Goodman --
Gibbon versus law: Enlightenment and Pietist standards for women / Lance E. Wilcox --
Two anomalous women: Elizabeth Carter and Catherine Talbot / Beth Kowaleski-Wallace --
A tax on old maids and bachelors: Frances Brooke's Old Maid / K.J.H. Berland --
Beumarchais: a woman's place / Jack Undank --
"For softness she": gender ideology and aesthetics in eighteenth-century England / Ellen Messner-Davidow --
Emilie or Emile? Madame d'Epinay and the education of girls in eighteenth-century France / Ruth Plaut Weinreb --
Mrs. Hannah Cowley, playwright / Joyce E. East --
"My want of skill": apologies of British women poets, 1660-1800 / Rebecca Gould Gibson --
The poet as mermaid: images of self in Margaret Cavendish and others / Nadine Ollman --
Women poets and the pastoral trap: the case of Mary Whateley / Ann Messenger --
Pamela's identity sewn in clothes / Caryn Chaden --
Graffigny and Riccoboni on the language of the woman writer / Alice Charlotte Hogsett --
Plot, voice, and narrative Oubli: Juliette Catesby's twice-told tale / Susan S. Lanser --
Defining the educative process: Maria Edgeworth's Belinda / Twila Yates Papay --
The women musicians of Venice / Jane L. Berdes --
An English "feminist" in the Turkish harem: a portrait of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu / Joan Delplato --
William Gogarth's moral message: the politics of eighteenth-century middle-class reality / Diana George --
The letter theme: Fragonard and the image of women / Peter H. Pawlowicz --
Ambition, politics, and professionalism: two women painters / Suellen Diaconoff --
Biography, criticism, art history: Angelica Kauffman in context / Wendy Wassyng Roworth --
A women's artist's legacy: the autobiography of Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun / Gita May --
Education women in the arts: Mme. Campan's school / J. Terrie Quintana --
Statistical profile of women writing in English from 1660 to 1800 / Judith Phillips Stanton --
Revising the pedagogy of the traditional scholarly methods course: the Brandeis Elizabeth Griffith collective / Susan Staves --
On editing Elizabeth Griffith's The platonic wife / Gordon Ruesch --
Ambivalence and writing: Elizabeth and Richard Griffith's a series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances / Susan David Bernstein --
"How nicely circumspect must your conduct be": double standards in Elizabeth Griffith's the history of Lady Barton / Marla Harris --
"Intruding herself into the chair of criticism:" Elizabeth Griffith and the morality of Shakespeare's drama illustrated / Ellen Argyros.
Series Title: Contributions in women's studies, no. 98.; Hofstra University cultural & intercultural studies.
Responsibility: edited by Frederick M. Keener and Susan E. Lorsch.

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