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The Cambridge companion to women's writing in Britain, 1660-1789
Introduction Catherine Ingrassia Part I. Women in Print Culture: 1. Women as readers and writers Mark Towsey 2. The professional female writer Betty Schellenberg 3. Place and publication SarahExpand
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Authorship, Commerce, and Gender in Early Eighteenth-Century England: A Culture of Paper Credit
Acknowledgements Introduction: paper credit 1. Women, credit and the South Sea Bubble 2. Pope, gender, and the commerce of culture 3. Eliza Haywood and the culture of professional authorship 4. TheExpand
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The Pleasure of Business and the Business of Pleasure: Gender, Credit, and the South Sea Bubble
preferential treatment he gave the South Sea Company was criminal. He said the decision to allow the company to assume the national debt (some 50 million pounds) and to repay lenders in stock ratherExpand
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Segmentation and tracking of coronary arteries
In most developed countries, heart disease is the leading cause of death. Expand
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Anti-Pamela : or, Feign'd innocence detected
"Published together for the first time, Eliza Haywood's Anti-Pamela and Henry Fielding's An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews are the two most important responses to Samuel Richardson'sExpand
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"I Am Become a Mere Usurer": Pamela and Domestic Stock-Jobbing
At the beginning of Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela; or Virtue Rewarded (1740), Pamela sends her parents the four gold guineas she has received from Mr. B., advising them to put half of it towardExpand
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