New PDF release: Memory, Print, and Gender in England, 1653-1759 (Early

By H. Weber

This booklet surveys the genesis of the fashionable belief of reminiscence the place gender turns into the most important to the strategies of memorialization and indicates ways that know-how opens a brand new bankruptcy within the heritage of memory.

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