Corpus ID: 34638352

OF WOMEN IN 18

@inproceedings{Brunello2015OFWI,
  title={OF WOMEN IN 18},
  author={Fielding Adrian Brunello},
  year={2015}
}
The eighteenth-century British literature described middle-class life and debated what would later be called bourgeois morality. Its role was somewhat connected to the greater education of the ordinary woman. As soon as Richardson wrote Pamela the novel became major intellectual nourishment. In this period, females were able to express their cultural power by means of theatre and novel. Issues of gender were widely debated in the eighteenthcentury English society. The period witnessed an… Expand

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