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This text examines attempts to revise representations of women to give them a more active role in public life. Combining history of ideas with close textual reading to position her in relation to other 18th-century writers, this book demonstrates how she is directly engaged in rethinking key concepts in moral aesthetic and social philosophy, particularly where women are concerned. Bahar insists that Wollstonecraft's political claims cannot be separated from her desire to develop more convincing aesthetic representations of women.
SABA BAHAR teaches English Literature at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.