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by Carolyn D. Williams,Angela Escott,Louise Duckling

eBook Woman to Woman: Female Negotiations During the Long Eighteenth Century epub
  • ISBN: 1611491436
  • Author: Carolyn D. Williams,Angela Escott,Louise Duckling
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Delaware Press (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 258 pages
  • ePUB size: 1621 kb
  • FB2 size 1536 kb
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The most important factor to consider is the vast range of eighteenth-century evidence from public and private sources

This collection provides the basis for a more thorough exploration of the benign and beneficial qualities of female communities. The most important factor to consider is the vast range of eighteenth-century evidence from public and private sources. Unfortunately, demands of relevance can force investigators to omit some resources from their publications, while devoting close attention to others.

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Louise Duckling is an independent scholar working on eighteenth-century women writers and their posthumous reputations

Louise Duckling is an independent scholar working on eighteenth-century women writers and their posthumous reputations.

The eighteenth century was a crucial period in the history of English grammar writing.

Some female writers were seen as authorities, on girls’ schooling particularly. Many championed education, admittedly rudimentary, for poor children. The eighteenth century was a crucial period in the history of English grammar writing. The purpose of this study is to carry out a critical discourse analysis on the prefaces of some English grammars written for schools by female English grammar-writers.

How are romantic and erotic relationships between women represented in the literature of the long eighteenth century? How does Sapphism surface in other contemporary discourses, including politics, pornography, economics and art? After more than a generation of lesbian-gay scholarship.

How are romantic and erotic relationships between women represented in the literature of the long eighteenth century? How does Sapphism surface in other contemporary discourses, including politics, pornography, economics and art? After more than a generation of lesbian-gay scholarship that has examined identities, practices, prohibitions and transgressions surrounding same-sex desire, this collection offers an exciting and indispensable array of new scholarship in gender and sexuality studies.

Woman to Woman provides a multi-

In recent years, scholars have started to look beyond contemptuous representations of chaotic female communities. and are beginning to reveal a neglected history of women’s cooperative activity. Woman to Woman provides a multi-. This collection provides the basis for a more thorough exploration of the benign and beneficial. qualities of female communities.

Part of the Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters book series .

Part of the Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters book series (19CMLL). Judith Bailey Slagle, Sisters-Ambition and Compliance: The Case of Mary and Agnes Berry and Joanna and Agnes Baillie, in Woman to Woman: Female Negotiations During the Long Eighteenth Century, ed. Carolyn D. Williams, Angela Escott, and Louise Duckling (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010), 79–97.

Woman to Woman: Female Negotiations During the Long Eighteenth Century is a cross-disciplinary collection of essays drawing on hitherto unexplored archival material, showing how collaboration enabled eighteenth-century women to intervene in military and political affairs, achieve literary success, experience religious fulfilment, and engage in philanthropic projects. Communal female activity might be founded on kinship, shared religious experience, or common hardship. This study covers women from a very wide range of social backgrounds, including queens, aristocrats and country gentlewomen, daughters of clergymen and labourers, and prostitutes. The collection is in honor of Mary Waldron, a founding member of the Women's Studies Group, whose distinguished scholarship is exemplified in the first chapter, and whose generous encouragement of other specialists in feminist studies in the long eighteenth century is described in Isobel Grundy's Preface.
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