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'Spectacles within doors': panoramas of London in the 1790s
(Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
“Pray send back this foul proof:” Thomas Birch and the correction of Elizabeth Carter’s Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy Explain’d for the Use of the Ladies (1739)
In 1739, Elizabeth Carter (1717–1806) published Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy Explain’d for the Use of the Ladies, a translation of Francesco Algarotti’s Il Newtonianismo per le Dame (1737). This article discusses the role ...
'An author in form': Women writers, print publication, and Elizabeth Montagu's Dialogues of the Dead
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012)
Eighteenth-century women writers repeatedly expressed resistance to the public exposure of print publication. The first publication of the bluestocking intellectual Elizabeth Montagu, three satirical dialogues included in ...