Women, Writing, and Revolution: 1790-1827
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Women, Writing, and Revolution: 1790-1827

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The French Revolution stirred a bitter debate in Britain about the nature of civil society and the political nation. This is an original and lively study of the efforts of women writers of the period to base a reformed state and national culture on virtues and domains traditionally conceded to women. Gary Kelly, a leading expert on the period, investigates this hitherto ne...more
Hardcover, 342 pages
Published July 1st 1995 by OUP Oxford (first published October 28th 1993)
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