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Women's literary networks and romanticism "A tribe of Authoresses"

Author: Andrew O Winckles
Series: Romantic reconfigurations: studies in literature and culture 1780-1850, vol. 1
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew O Winckles
ISBN: 9781786940605 1786940604
OCLC Number: 1001725155
Description: 320 Seiten
Contents: List of FiguresList of Tables1. Introduction: "A Tribe of Authoresses" - Andrew O. Winckles and Angela Rehbein2. Sisters of the Quill: Sally Wesley, the Evangelical Bluestockings, and the Regulation of Enthusiasm - Andrew O. Winckles3. Susanna Watts and Elizabeth Heyrick: Collaborative campaigning in the Midlands, 1820-1834 - Felicity James and Rebecca Shuttleworth4. Ageing, authorship, and female networks in the life writing of Mary Berry (1763-1852) and Joanna Baillie (1762-1851) - Amy Culley5. The Female Authors of Cadell and Davies - Michelle Levy and Reese Irwin6. Modelling Mary Russell Mitford's Networks: The Digital Mitford as Collaborative Database - Elisa Beshero-Bondar and Kellie Donovan-Condron7. The Citational Network of Tighe, Porter, Barbauld, Lefanu, Morgan and Hemans - Harriet Kramer Linkin8. Edgeworth's Letters for Literary Ladies: Publication Peers and Analytical Antagonists - Robin Runia9. Mary Shelley and Sade's Global Network - Rebecca Nesvet10. 'Your Fourier's Failed': Networks of Affect and Anti-Socialist Meaning in Aurora Leigh - Eric HoodAfterwordIndex
Series Title: Romantic reconfigurations: studies in literature and culture 1780-1850, vol. 1
Responsibility: ed. by Andrew O. Winckles


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