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Woman to woman : female negotiations during the long eighteenth century /
edited by Carolyn D. Williams, Angela Escott and Louise Duckling.
Newark : University of Delaware Press , 2010.
258 p. : ill., port.
0874130883 (alk. paper), 9780874130881 (alk. paper)
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Newark : University of Delaware Press , 2010.
0874130883 (alk. paper)
9780874130881 (alk. paper)
contents note
Family alliances : childhood and child rearing in late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century fiction: a quiet revolution / Carolyn Williams, Angela Escott, and Louise Duckling -- Revolutionary Mothers and Revolting Daughters: Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley, Anna Wheeler and Rosina Bulwer Lytton / Mary Waldron -- Sisters-Ambition and Compliance: The Case of Mary and Agnes Berry and Joanna and Agnes Baillie / Joanna Goldsworthy and Marie Mulvey-Roberts -- Part II: Friends and Companions : A Woman of Extraordinary Merit: Catherine Bovey of Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire / Judith Bailey Slagle -- The Limits of Sympathy: The Histories of some of the Penitents in the Magdalen-House (1760) / Jessica Munns and Penny Richards -- Changes in Roles and Relationships: Multi Authored Epistles from the Aberdeen Quaker Women's Meeting / Jennie Batchelor -- Elizabeth Carter and Modes of Knowledge / Betty Hagglund -- Part III: Adventurous Women -- "The best freind in the world": the relationship between emma hamilton and queen maria carolina of naples / Judith Hawley -- Founding Mothers: Religious Communities in New France / Julie Peakman -- "On Boadicea think!" In Search of a Female Army / Tanis Hinchcliffe.
general note
" The collection is in honor of Mary Waldron, a founder 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."
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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