Inventing Maternity: Politics, Science, and Literature, 1650-1865 (Google eBook)

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Making Up for Losses The Workings of Gender in William Harveys de Generatione animalium Eve Keller
34
Such Is My Bond Maternity and Economy in Anne Bradstreets Writing Kimberly Latta
57
Aborting the Mother Plot Politics and Generation in Absalom and Achitophel Susan C Greenfield
86
The Pregnant Imagination Womens Bodies and Fetal Rights Julia Epstein
111
A Point of Conscience Breastfeeding and Maternal Authority in Pamela Part 2 Toni Bowers
138
Mary Wollstonecraft Styles of Radical Maternity Claudia LJohnson
159
Maria Edgeworth and the Politics of Consumption Eating Breastfeeding and the Irish Wet Nurse in Ennui Julie Costello
173
Reproductive Urges Literacy Sexuality and EighteenthCentury Englishness Anita Levy
193
Infanticide and the Boundaries of Culture from Hume to Arnold Josephine McDonagh
215
Happy Shall He Be That Taketh and Dasheth Thy Little Ones against the Stones Infanticide in Coopers The Last of the Mohicans Mary Chapman
238
Reforming the Body Experience and the Architecture of Imagination in Harriet Jacobss Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Ann Gelder
252
Contributors
267
Index
269
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