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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Temma F Berg; Sonia Kane; Betty Rizzo
|ISBN:||9781611461411 1611461413 1611461421 9781611461428|
|Description:||xxv, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Contents Acknowledgments List of Figures Introduction by Temma Berg Part One: Living in the Eighteenth-Century Novel Clarissa's Darkness by Toni Bowers Brotherly Love in Eighteenth-Century Literature by Ruth Perry "Queernesses" Remembered: Male-Female Friendship in Emma by George E. Haggerty Sarah Fielding's The Governess: A Gloss on her "Books upon Education" by Sylvia Kasey Marks Part Two: Living in the Eighteenth-Century World "I have travelled so little": Jane Austen's Women on the Road by Stephanie Oppenheim Lady Minto and Her Lord by Elizabeth Lambert Sarah Scott, Elizabeth Montagu, and the Familiar Letter in Dialogue by Nicole Pohl and Betty A. Schellenberg Hidden Talents: Women Writers in the Burney Family by Lorna J. Clark "Moving upon glass": The Madness of Lady Frances Conings by Mary Margaret Stewart Part Three: Afterlives "Admiring Pope no more than is Proper": Romanticizing Alexander Pope in Late-Eighteenth-Century Booksellers' Beauties by Barbara M. Benedict Hester Lynch Piozzi's British Synonymy and the "notion of a sex in words" by Lisa Berglund Taking the Baltic Merchant: At Sea through the Archives by Temma Berg The Girl Who Raged and Her Virago of a Grandmother: A Co-Biography of Jane Cumming and Dame Helen Cumming Gordon by Frances B. Singh Remediating Interpretation: Sophie Calle Rewrites Epistolarity by Elizabeth Heckendorn Cook Afterword "A New and Braver Point to Make": Parting Thoughts on the Brilliant Career of a Master Teacher-Scholar by Beverly Schneller Contributor Biographies Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Temma Berg and Sonia Kane.|
Rizzo published student textbooks on writing as well as the eighteenth century work she is best known for, and ... the essays in this collection are notable for the lucidity of their style, their
- Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
- English prose literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
- English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
- Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.
- English literature -- Women authors.
- English prose literature.
- Intellectual life.
- Women and literature.
- Great Britain.