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The Sign of Angellica: Women, Writing, and Fiction, 1600-1800

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Examining the writing of Aphra Behn, Frances Sheridan, Ann Radcliffe and Fanny Burney among others, this study describes the entry of women into literature as a profession in the 17th century. It describes how the fictional genre became the main vehicle for female self-expression.
Paperback, 328 pages
Published May 14th 1992 by Columbia University Press (first published April 20th 1989)
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Wszystko pięknie, ale błąd drukarski zeżarł jeden rozdział, dokładnie ten, który najbardziej chciałam przeczytać. Wkurw.
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Janet Margaret Todd is a Welsh-born academic and a well-respected author of many books on women in literature. Todd was educated at Cambridge University and the University of Florida, where she undertook a doctorate on the poet John Clare.
She is currently the Herbert JC Grierson Professor of English Literature at the University of Aberdeen. On 1 September 2008, Professor Todd took up the post of P
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