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A Study in Contrasts: Mary Collier and Mary Leapor's Diverse Contributions to Eighteenth-Century British Laboring-Class Women's Poetry
Mary Collier and Mary Leapor (two of the first laboring-class female authors) share many characteristics, least of which is their desire to be writers and to depict and comment on gender and class dynamics more accurately ...
Essential and Ubiquitous: The Inns of Eighteenth-Century British Fiction
In eighteenth-century England, inns stand as transient spaces between traditional, feudal values and a progressive, commercial society. They at once represent inward domesticity and outward society, classical hospitality ...