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Culley, Amy

British Women’s Life Writing, 1760–1840

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Amy Culley

Part I. ‘Their Lives Spoke More Than Lives Volumes’

2. The Life Writing of Early Methodist Women
Amy Culley

3. Mary Fletcher and the Family of Methodism
Amy Culley

4. Testimony and Transcription in the Life of Sarah Ryan
Amy Culley

5. ‘The Staff of My Old Age’
Amy Culley

6. ‘They Live Yea They Live Forever’
Amy Culley

Part II. ‘Signed With Her Own Hand’

7. The Life Writing of Late Eighteenth-Century and Regency Courtesans
Amy Culley

8. Female Friendship in the Auto/biography of Sophia Baddeley and Elizabeth Steele
Amy Culley

9. The Literary Family and the ‘Aristocracy of Genius’ in the Memoirs of Mary Robinson
Amy Culley

10. ‘Such is the Sad Trials Left for the Surviver’
Amy Culley

11. A Life in Opposition
Amy Culley

Part III. ‘Heard in the Sighs of General Mourning’

12. The Life Writing of British Women and the French Revolution
Amy Culley

13. ‘The Good Will Remain Written in Brass’
Amy Culley

14. ‘The Little Hero of Each Tale’
Amy Culley

15. A Vindication of Self and Other
Amy Culley

16. ‘To Rally Round the Throne’
Amy Culley

Keywords: Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, Social History, Gender Studies, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, Fiction

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
278 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137274229
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44557-8

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