Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early-Modern Culture

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List of Illustrations
Portrait of Hannah Snell, Gentleman's Magazine, July 1750.58
Frontispiece to Charles Johnson, The Country Lasses: Or, the Custom of the Manor.63
Frontispiece to Colley Cibber, The Lady's Last Stake: Or, the Wife's Resentment.64
"Mrs. Martyr as Aura," designed by De Wilde and engraved by Leney.65
"Imaginary Circles for determining the place of the direction of the gesture "magnificent and epic gestures"." Gilbert Austin, Chironomia: Or, A Treatise on Rhetorical Delivery.101
"The colloquial elevations of the arms." Gilbert Austin, Chironomia: Or, A Treatise on Rhetorical Delivery.102
"Tragic gestures." Johannes Jelgerhuis, Theoretische Lessen over de Gesticulatie en Mimiek.103
"Colloquial gestures." Johannes Jelgerhuis, Theoretische Lessen over de Gesticulatie en Mimiek.104
"Foppery." From Henry Siddons's Practical Illustrations of Rhetorical Gesture and Action.106
Colley Cibber as Lord Foppington in John Vanbrugh's play he Relapse, by J. Grisoni.107
"The Celebrated Fighting Scene in Miss in her Teens."108
David Garrick as Sir John Brute.124

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