Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture: Volume 32

By: Ourida Mostefai; Catherine Ingrassia

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Light shelfwear to cover, internally a near fine copy. No wrapper (as issued). Contents include: Fashion and frugality, C18 pocket books for women; 'Who shall restore my lost credit?': Rape, Reputation, and the Marriage Market; Making Good Use of History: Sarah Robinson Scott in the Republic of Letters; Women Poets and Improvisers; cultural assumptions and literary values in Arcadia; Cruel Disorders: female bodies, C18 fever narratives, and the sentimental novel; Re-membering a Body of Work: anatomist and anatomical designer Anna Morandi Manzolini; Views of Women at Work by the Royal Academicians: the Collection Descriptions des arts et metiers (1761-1789); Painting Life, Describing Death: problems of representation and style in the Histoire naturelle; Public Wounds: Sexual bodies and the origins of State in Nathaniel Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus; Imperial Mythologies: ethnicity and rebellion on the C18 Venetian stage; Was Dryden a 'Cryptopapist' in 1681?; Yankees Caught in the Crossfire: the trials and travails of Americans in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France; Picturing the Caribbean in the Global British Landscape; Exotic Islands and the stranded traveller in the works of Caspar David Friedrich.

Title: Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture: Volume 32

Author Name: Ourida Mostefai; Catherine Ingrassia

Categories: History, Authors & Books,

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press: 2003

ISBN Number: 0801873800

ISBN Number 13: 9780801873805

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: no wrapper

Type: Book

Seller ID: 14030120-68

Keywords: pocket books, Rape, marriage, Sarah Robinson Scott, Republic of Letters, Women Poets, Arcadia, sentimental novel, Anna Morandi Manzolini, Royal Academy, Collection Descriptions des arts et metiers, Painting, Histoire naturelle, Nathaniel Lee, Lucius Junius Brutus, Venice, theatre, john Dryden, Cryptopapist, Revolutionary France, Napoleonic France, Caribbean, Caspar David Friedrich