Gender, Society, and Print Culture in Late Stuart England: The Cultural World of the Athenian Mercury

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Ashgate, 2003 - History - 264 pages
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Focusing on a largely unknown type of popular print culture that developed in the late 1600s - the coffee house periodical - Helen Berry here offers evidence that the politics of gender, far from being a marginal or frivolous topic, was an issue of general interest and widespread concern to the early modern reader.

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