Women's Work Labour, Gender, Authorship, 1750-1830by Batchelor, Jennie
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Table of Contents
|Introduction: lifting the veil of 'Inchantment'||p. 1|
|The 'gift' of work: labour, narrative and community in the novels of Sarah Scott||p. 29|
|Somebody's story: Charlotte Smith and the work of writing||p. 67|
|The 'business' of a woman's life and the making of the Female Philosopher: the works of Mary Wollstonecraft||p. 108|
|Women writers, the popular press and the Literary Fund, 1790-1830||p. 144|
|Coda: reading labour and writing women's literary history||p. 185|
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