Mary Wollstonecraft and the Critics, 1788-2001, Volume 2

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Harriet Devine, Harriet Devine Jump
Taylor & Francis US, 2003 - Feminism and literature - 448 pages
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Contents

The sentimental logic of Wollstonecrafts prose
22
eighteenthcentury Commonwealthwoman
39
Mary Wollstonecraft and the search for the radical woman
60
Mary Wollstonecraft and the wild wish of early feminism
92
sexuality and language
115
Mary Wollstonecraft and the paradox
146
self society and body
166
a study of Wollstonecrafts
181
Maternity castration and Mary Wollstonecrafts
265
reconstructed truth in Wollstonecrafts
294
The madness of George HI by Mary Wollstonecraft
311
Mary Wollstonecrafts
320
Mary Wollstonecraft and Enlightenment desire
341
Mary Wollstonecraft on sensibility womens rights
353
styles of radical maternity
372
romance and the anxiety of reading
386

Mary Wollstonecrafts Maria
198
The death of Mary Wollstonecraft
211
Mary Wollstonecraft and
252
Can a statue breathe? The linguistic uncoupling of Godwin
401
liberty and captivity
418
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Jump is Senior Lecturer at Edge Hill University College.

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