Appropriate[Ing] Dress: Women's Rhetorical Style in Nineteenth-Century America


Mattingly examines the importance of dress and appearance for 19th-century women speakers and explores how women appropriated gendered conceptions of dress and apppearance to define the struggle for representation and power that is rhetoric.


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