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This novel intervenes in many of the literary and philosophical debates of the late 18th century and early 19th century, forging a connection between the 18th-century discourse of sentiment and the emergent 19th-century concept of the nation. Lady Morgan's "Introductory Letters" are included.
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'This is a worthy addition to the Pickering & Chatto series, an important critical tool that will help expand our knowledge of women's writing in the period and contribute to our understanding of the making of culture in the Romantic period.' The Wordsworth CircleAbout the Author:
Kathryn Kirkpatrick is Associate Professor of English at Appalachian State University, Boone, Carolina.
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