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by Hilary Hinds

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  • ISBN 0704413035
  • ISBN13 978-0704413030
  • Language English
  • Author Hilary Hinds
  • Publisher University of Birmingham (September 1993)
  • Pages 28
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
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Writing and reaction. seventeenth-century sectarian Englishwomen's struggle for authorship.

Writing and reaction.

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Physical Description: 28 p. ;, 21 cm. Series Statement: Occasional paper ; no. 7. General Note: Cover title. Download book Writing and reaction : seventeenth-century sectarian Englishwomen's struggle for authorship, Hilary Hinds.

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