Family and Friends in Eighteenth-century England: Household, Kinship, and Patronage

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Cambridge University Press, 2001 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 312 pages
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Naomi Tadmor presents a new description of how family structures operated in eighteenth-century England starting from an analysis of contemporary language (in diaries; conduct treatises; novels by Richardson and Haywood; and other sources). Her book will be of great interest to historians and literary scholars of the period.

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