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The Muses of Resistance: Laboring-Class Women's Poetry in Britain, 1739-1796 Hardcover – 26 Oct 1990


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"For anyone interested in women's poetry, in class politics and art, or in eighteenth-century literature, this book is a real find." The Women's Review of Books

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In this challenging 1990 study, Donna Landry shows how an understanding of the remarkable but neglected laboring-class women poets in the eighteenth century provokes a reassessment of our ideas concerning the literature of the period. The innovative poetic achievements of these plebeian women writers constitute an exciting literary discovery.


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For a materialist feminism, engaged in historicizing the categories of class, race, and sexuality as well as gender with an eye towards intervening in their historical effects, working-class women's histories constitute an important site of investigation. Read the first page
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