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Selections from the female spectator

Author: Eliza Fowler Haywood; Patricia Meyer Spacks
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.
Series: Women writers in English 1350-1850.
Edition/Format:   Print book   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
After Aphra Behn, Eliza Haywood was the most important woman novelist of the early 18th century. She also edited The Female Spectator, a periodical with a markedly female audience in mind, and this is a selection of her writings from its pages.
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Genre/Form: Sources
Literature
History
Literary collections
Anthologies
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eliza Fowler Haywood; Patricia Meyer Spacks
ISBN: 019510921X 9780195109214 0195109228 9780195109221
OCLC Number: 39042800
Description: xxii, 313 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Dedication to Volume I --
From Book I --
From Book II --
From Book III --
From Book IV --
From Book V --
From Book VI --
From Book VIII --
From Book X --
From Book XIII --
From Book XIV --
From Book XV --
From Book XVI --
From Book XVII --
From Book XIX --
From Book XX --
From Book XXI --
From Book XXIII --
From Book XXIV.
Series Title: Women writers in English 1350-1850.
Responsibility: by Eliza Haywood ; edited by Patricia Meyer Spacks.
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In the 1740s and 50s Eliza Haywood, novelist, edited several serial newspapers, including "The Female Spectator", which was written with a markedly female audience in mind. This text contains  Read more...

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