New Essays on Maria Edgeworth
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Literary Criticism - 203 pages
The essays in this collection examine Maria Edgeworth's ideological contradictions as well as her consistent advocacy of education and reason, in order to open up new avenues of further discussion and study of Edgeworth and her work.
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Transatlantic Identities and the Epistolary
Intersections of the Public and Private
Maria Edgeworth and the True Use of Books for Eighteenth
Maria Edgeworth and the Irish Thin Places
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