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The Resource Her bread To earn : women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen, Mona Scheuermann

Her bread To earn : women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen, Mona Scheuermann

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Her bread To earn : women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen
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Her bread To earn
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women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen
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Mona Scheuermann
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eng
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Much criticism has posited an all-powerful patriarchy that effectively marginalized and disempowered women until well into the nineteenth century. In a startling revisionist study, Mona Scheuermann refutes these stereotypes, finding that the images presented by eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century novelists are of functioning, capable women whose involvement with the getting, keeping, and investing of money provides a ubiquitous theme in the novels of the period. Her Bread to Earn focuses on the images presented by the major novels of the eighteenth and early nineteenth century, those work
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Her bread To earn : women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen, Mona Scheuermann
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Her bread To earn : women, money, and society from Defoe to Austen, Mona Scheuermann
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jjs6
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; ONE: Introduction; TWO: ""I was become, from a Lady of Pleasure, a Woman of Business, and of great Business too, I assure you.""; THREE: ""I have sometimes wished that it had pleased God to have taken me in mylast fever, when I had everybody's love and good opinion.""; FOUR: ""with Regard to the young Lady ... my own Observation assured me that she would be an inestimable Treasure to a good Husband.""; FIVE: ""I live in an age when light begins to appear even in regions that have hitherto been thick darkness.""
  • SIX: ""Still she mourned her child, lamented she was a daughter, and anticipated the aggravated ills of life that her sex rendered almost inevitable.""SEVEN: ""He had ... enough to marry a woman as portionless even as Miss Taylor.""; EIGHT Conclusion; Notes; Index
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