This volume presents essays written for the occasion of the AMS Press reprinting of the third edition of Samuel Richardson's Clarissa. The essays introduce the archives collected in the volumes of critical responses to Richardson's text over the past 250 years....
|Title||:||Clarissa And Her Readers: New Essays For The Clarissa Project|
|Number of Pages||:||567 Pages|
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Clarissa And Her Readers: New Essays For The Clarissa Project Reviews
one of the essays in this anthology (or at least I think it was this one?) is entirely on Clarissa and rape law in the eighteenth century, which ughhhhh on the one hand, I'm kind of relieved because looking up eighteenth-century rape trials is no one's idea of a fun time. on the other hand, it's sort of like, HEY THAT WAS MY IDEA TOO. oh well. overall: extremely useful especially for feminist crit