1. Introduction: romantic belongings; 2. Domesticating the sublime: Ann Radcliffe and Gothic dissent; 3. Forgotten sentiments: Helen Maria Williams's Letters from France; 4. Exiles and emigres: the wanderings of Charlotte Smith; 5. Mary Wollstonecraft and the national body; 6. Patrician, populist and patriot: Hannah More's counter-revolutionary nationalism; Afterword.
This book addresses the literary context of Hannah More, Mary Wollstonecraft, Charlotte Smith, Helen Maria Williams, and Ann Radcliffe.
Angela Keane is Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Sheffield. She is co-editor, with Avril Horner of Body Matters: Feminism, Textuality, Corporeality (1999) and the author of many articles on women and Romanticism.
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