Women's Literary Networks and Romanticism
"A Tribe of Authoresses"
Edited by Andrew O. Winckles and Angela Rehbein
Andrew O. Winckles is Assistant Professor of CORE Curriculum (Interdisciplinary Studies) at Adrian College.
Angela Rehbein is Associate Professor of English at West Liberty University.
List of Figures
List of Tables
1. Introduction: “A Tribe of Authoresses” - Andrew O. Winckles and Angela Rehbein
2. Sisters of the Quill: Sally Wesley, the Evangelical Bluestockings, and the Regulation of Enthusiasm – Andrew O. Winckles
3. Susanna Watts and Elizabeth Heyrick: Collaborative campaigning in the Midlands, 1820-1834 – Felicity James and Rebecca Shuttleworth
4. Ageing, authorship, and female networks in the life writing of Mary Berry (1763–1852) and Joanna Baillie (1762–1851) – Amy Culley
5. The Female Authors of Cadell and Davies – Michelle Levy and Reese Irwin
6. Modelling Mary Russell Mitford’s Networks: The Digital Mitford as Collaborative Database – Elisa Beshero-Bondar and Kellie Donovan-Condron
7. The Citational Network of Tighe, Porter, Barbauld, Lefanu, Morgan and Hemans – Harriet Kramer Linkin
8. Edgeworth’s Letters for Literary Ladies: Publication Peers and Analytical Antagonists – Robin Runia
9. Mary Shelley and Sade’s Global Network – Rebecca Nesvet
10. ‘Your Fourier’s Failed’: Networks of Affect and Anti-Socialist Meaning in Aurora Leigh – Eric Hood
“This is an excellent and eminently timely collection of essays, addressing a very real gap in scholarship. Both the guiding concept of the collection and its thoughtful organization attest to the critical, cultural, and scholarly acumen of the editors. The essays make a genuinely major contribution to scholarly inquiry, not just concerning ‘Romanticism’ in Britain, but also concerning women’s social, intellectual, aesthetic, and political affiliations.”
Professor Stephen C. Behrendt, University of Nebraska
Professor Stephen C. Behrendt
Size: 239 × 163 mm
12 B&W tables and 19 B&W illustrations
Publication: December 12, 2017
Series: Romantic Reconfigurations: Studies in Literature and Culture 1780-1850 1