The "intellectual entertainments" of Charlotte Lennox: Literary strategies of an eighteenth century professional woman writer /
Charlotte Lennox (c. 1729-1804) was prominent in the eighteenth century but now is known only for her important connections with Samuel Johnson, who thought highly of her, and for her satiric novel The Female Quixote. Lennox is significant because she was one of the foremost women writers of the mid...
|Published:||Urbana, IL.: University of Illinois, 1992.|
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