Woman's Wit: Popular Culture's Animadversions on Women and Expressions of Female Intelligence in Magazine Literature, 1730-1805 - Studies in British & American Magazines v. 22 (Hardback)Edward William Pitcher (author)
Hardback 416 Pages / Published: 28/02/2003
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Critics and scholars enter the literary magazine s of the eighteenth century knowing that anonymity was a general rule for contributors and that editors were frequently unscrupulous in suggesting that articles by their paid hacks were original contributions from established authors. The pseudonym subscribed to a composition was, perhaps, as often assigned by the editor as chosen by the contributor. This collection of prose and verse is intended to alert the modern reader to some of the Seldom heard voices of women.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 416
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