Women and Eighteenth-Century English Literature, Part Two
A Partially Annotated List of Books and Articles with Some Entries Relating to Earlier Centuries, to the Colonies, and to Other Nationalities

By Martin Maner, Wright State University

This list of books and articles is provided as a resource for scholars studying women in eighteenth-century England.  You may download it in Microsoft Word or Rich Text format in order to carry out full-text searches using your word processor's "find" function.  Please cite this page if you make scholarly use of it.

List  of   sources  in Word  format
List of sources in Rich Text format

 

Illustration: Gainsborough's "The Honorable Mrs. Graham," 1775-77,
National Gallery of Scotland
Courtesy CGFA: A Virtual Art Museum

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Last updated 16 November 2008

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