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Reading between the Lines: Eighteenth-Century Journals and Romantic Letters, 1740-1830
A one-day conference on eighteenth-century journals and letters.
The keynote speaker is the historian of feminism Jane Rendall, who will discuss the correspondence of three Edinburgh authors, Elizabeth Hamilton, Eliza Fletcher, and Anne Grant.
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