Women, revolution, and the novels of the 1790s / edited by Linda Lang-Peralta
- East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- xv, 192 pages ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Lang-Peralta, Linda
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- Women and public space in the novel of the 1790s / Catherine H. Decker -- Revolutionary domesticity in Charlotte Smith's Desmond / Katherine Binhammer -- The crowd and the public in Godwin's Caleb Williams / Carl Fisher -- Injustice in the works of Godwin and Wollstonecraft / Glynis Ridley -- Radcliffe, Godwin, and self-possession in the 1790s / Barbara M. Benedict -- Lewis's The monk and the matter of reading / Clara D. McLean -- The imprisoned female body in Mary Hays's The victim of prejudice / Eleanor Ty -- Masculinity and morality in Elizabeth Inchbald's Nature and art / Shawn Lisa Maurer.
- English fiction—18th century—History and criticism
- Women and literature—Great Britain—History—18th century
- Literature and society—Great Britain—History—18th century
- Popular literature—Great Britain—History and criticism
- English fiction—Women authors—History and criticism
- Revolutionary literature, English—History and criticism
- France—History—Revolution, 1789-1799—Influence
- 0870135198 (alk. paper)
- "A colleagues series publication"--T.p. verso.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-189).
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