The History of British Women's Writing, 1750-1830: Volume Five

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Jennie Batchelor, Caroline Bicks, Cora Kaplan, Jennifer Summit, Jacqueline M. Labbe, Mihoko Suzuki, Rosalind Ballaster, Maroula Joannou, Holly A. Laird, Lucy Hartley
Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 20, 2010 - History - 363 pages
Volume 7: "The ranks of English women writers rose steeply in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, contributing to the era's revolutionary social movements as well as to transforming literary genres in prose and poetry. The phenomena of 'the new' -- 'New Women', 'New Unionism', 'New Imperialism', 'New Ethics', 'New Critics', 'New Journalism', 'New Man' -- are this moment's touchstones. This book tracks the period's new social phenomena and unfolds its distinctively modern modes of writing. It provides expert introductions amid new insights into women's writing throughout the United Kingdom and around the globe."--Publisher's website.

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Contents

Defining Womens Writing or Writing
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Women and Print Culture 17501830
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Bluestocking Women and the Negotiation of Oral
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Copyright

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Jennie Batchelor, Senior Lecturer in English and American Literature, University of Kent, UK Stephen C. Behrendt, George Holmes Distinguished University Professor of English, University of Nebraska, USA Betsy Bolton, Professor of English Literature, Swarthmore College, USA Deirdre Coleman, Robert Wallace Chair of English, University of Melbourne, Australia Stuart Curran, Vartan Gregorian Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, USA Kate Davies, Senior Lecturer in the School of English, Newcastle University, UK Harriet Guest, Professor in the Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies and the Department of English and Related Literature, University of York, UK Donna Landry, Professor of English and American Literature, University of Kent, UK Harriet Kramer Linkin, Professor of English Literature, New Mexico State University, USA Michelle Levy, Associate Professor in the Department of English, Simon Fraser University, Canada Olivia Murphy, DPhil candidate, Worcester College, Oxford University UK Sarah Prescott, Senior Lecturer in English, Department of English and Creative Writing, Aberystwyth University, UK Diego Saglia, Associate, Professor of English Literature, University of Parma, Italy Betty A. Schellenburg, Professor of English, Simon Fraser University, Canada Katherine Turner, Associate Professor of English, Mary Baldwin College, USA