Law, Sensibility, and the Sublime in Eighteenth-century Women's Fiction: Speaking of Dread
Chaplin (Leeds Metropolitan U.) explores sublime bodies and bodies of law, the Clarissa ideal as a material transcendence, femininity and the law of romance in Charlotte Lennox's The Female Quixote, the discipline of sensibility in Frances Sheridan's The memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph, speaking of
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