Woman's Work in English Fiction, from the Restoration to the Mid-Victorian Period
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Woman's Work in English Fiction, from the Restoration to the Mid-Victorian Period

By Clara Helen Whitmore
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  • Woman's Work in English Fiction
    • From the Restoration to the Mid-Victorian Period
      • By
    • By
    • Clara H. Whitmore, A.M.
      • G. P. Putnam's Sons New York and London The Knickerbocker Press 1910
    • G. P. Putnam's Sons New York and London The Knickerbocker Press 1910
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
  • WOMAN'S WORK IN ENGLISH FICTION
    • CHAPTER I
    • The Duchess of Newcastle. Mrs. Behn. Mrs. Manley
      • CHAPTER II
    • CHAPTER II
    • Sarah Fielding. Mrs. Lennox. Mrs. Haywood. Mrs. Sheridan
      • CHAPTER III
    • CHAPTER III
    • Fanny Burney
      • CHAPTER IV
    • CHAPTER IV
    • Hannah More
      • CHAPTER V
    • CHAPTER V
    • Charlotte Smith. Mrs. Inchbald
      • CHAPTER VI
    • CHAPTER VI
    • Clara Reeve. Ann Radcliffe. Harriet and Sophia Lee
      • CHAPTER VII
    • CHAPTER VII
    • Maria Edgeworth. Lady Morgan
      • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • Elizabeth Hamilton. Anna Porter. Jane Porter
      • CHAPTER IX
    • CHAPTER IX
    • Amelia Opie. Mary Brunton
      • CHAPTER X
    • CHAPTER X
    • Jane Austen
      • CHAPTER XI
    • CHAPTER XI
    • Miss Ferrier. Miss Mitford. Anna Maria Hall
      • CHAPTER XII
    • CHAPTER XII
    • Lady Caroline Lamb. Mrs. Shelley
      • CHAPTER XIII
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • Mrs. Gore. Mrs. Bray
      • CHAPTER XIV
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • Julia Pardoe. Mrs. Trollope. Harriet Martineau
      • CHAPTER XV
    • CHAPTER XV
    • The Brontës
      • CHAPTER XVI
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • Mrs. Gaskell
    • CONCLUSION
    • INDEX
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