British Women Poets, 1660-1800: An Anthology

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • British Women Poets 1660-1800- An Anthology *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • List of Plates *
  • Introduction *
  • I- Writing and Writers *
  • II- Friendship *
  • III- Love, Courtship and Marriage *
  • IV- Home and Children *
  • V- Places *
  • VI- Nature *
  • VII- Society *
  • VIII- Patriotism and War *
  • IX- Religion *
  • X- Miscellaneous Verse *
  • Notes to I Writing and Writers *
  • Notes to III Love, Courtship and Marriage 486
  • Notes to IV Home and Children 495
  • Notes to V Places 503
  • Notes to VI Nature 514
  • Notes to VII Society 519
  • Notes to VIII Patriotism and War 536
  • Notes to IX Religion 541
  • Biography *
  • Appendix Pseudonyms Used by Authors, Their Friends, or Their Correspondents *
  • Bibliography *
  • List of Authors with Titles of Poems *
  • First Line Index *
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