Womens literary networks and romanticism a tribe of authoresses womens literary networks and romanticism a tribe of authoresses full article figures data there are some quibbles including the treatment of images the decision to describe women writers as authoresses from the subtitle through to some of the . Womens literary networks and romanticism a tribe of authoresses this volume demonstrates that attention to the scope and influence of womens literary networks upends long standing assumptions about gender literary influence and authorial formation during the romantic period a tribe of authoresses andrew o . Womens literary networks and romanticism a tribe of authoresses edited by andrew o winckles and angela rehbein liverpool university press romantic reconfigurations studies in literature and culture 1780 1850 first book to focus specifically on womens literary networks during the romantic period. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. However we still lack a complex understanding of how literary networks functioned what the term network means in context and how women writers in particular adopted and adapted to the creative possibilities of networks
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