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Going Public

Women and Publishing in Early Modern France

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Going Public: Women and Publishing in Early Modern France by Elizabeth C. Goldsmith
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Exploring the ways in which French women went public through publication, this book shows how they contributed to the formation of the public sphere in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Going Public also takes the critical literature on the woman writer to a new level by examining the implications of print publicity. The contributors investigate the intersection of gender and publicity in a wide range of printed texts, from memoirs and legal briefs to novels, poems, and fairy tales. In doing so they reveal much about why individual women drawn from the whole spectrum of society embraced the medium of print and about the impact this form of publicity had on their lives.
Release date NZ
November 9th, 1995
Contributors
Edited by Dena Goodman Edited by Elizabeth C. Goldsmith
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
7 black and white illustrations, 1 colour illustration
Imprint
Cornell University Press
Pages
280
Dimensions
229x152x16
ISBN-13
9780801481659
Product ID
1821380

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