Book Examines The Poems Of Three Englishwomen Washerwoman Mary Collier, Middle Class Feminist Polemicist Mary Scott, Bristol Milkwoman Ann Yearsley, And Scottish Dairywoman From Ayrshire, Janet Little It Questions How National Identity Might Have Influenced Gender And Class Affiliations, And, Reciprocally, How Gender Might Have Determined A Nationalist Impulse, Particularly As It Played Out During The Revolutionary Period In Which Most Of The Texts Were É Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: Nation, Class, and Gender (S U N Y Series in Feminist Criticism and Theory) Õ Download by ð Moira Ferguson Written

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