Private interests : women, portraiture, and the visual culture of the English novel, 1709-1791 /
This ambitious interdisciplinary study undertakes a new definition of the eighteenth-century novel's investment in vision and visual culture, tracing the relationship between the development of the novel and that of the equally contentious genre of the portrait, particularly as represented in t...
|Published:||Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©2001.|
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