Examining the writing of Aphra Behn, Frances Sheridan, Ann Radcliffe and Fanny Burney among others, this study describes the entry of women into literature as a profession in the 17th century. It describes how the fictional genre became the main vehicle for female self-expression.
|Title||:||The Sign of Angellica|
|Author||:||Janet M. Todd|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 1989-01|