The Voice of the 'Translatress': from Aphra Behn to Elizabeth Carter

@inproceedings{Agorni1998TheVO,
  title={The Voice of the 'Translatress': from Aphra Behn to Elizabeth Carter},
  author={M. Agorni},
  year={1998}
}
Eighteenth-century women's writing activities have recently attracted a certain degree of critical interest, but attention has generally been focused on specific literary genres, such as autobiography, the novel, drama, and, more recently, poetry. Other genres, such as historical writing, reviewing, and above all translation have often been neglected or given only marginal consideration. Yet translation represented one of the very few cultural activities open to women in the early modern period… Expand