(Anti)Feminist Sympathies: The Politics of Relationship in Smith, Wollstonecraft, and More

@article{Cole1991AntiFeministST,
  title={(Anti)Feminist Sympathies: The Politics of Relationship in Smith, Wollstonecraft, and More},
  author={Lucinda Cole},
  journal={ELH},
  year={1991},
  volume={58},
  pages={107-140}
}

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