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Title The Female Spectator Volume 2, Books 7-12, 1744-1755
Section Conduct and Politeness
Date 1744-1755
Document Type Printed Book
Library/Archive Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Reference Hope 80 391
Author Eliza Haywood
Author (Gender) female
Place of Publication London
Names Eliza Haywood; Duchess of Bedford
Places France; England
Topics index (p325){image number 163}, advice for women, conduct, femininity, masculinity, tales of morality, periodical, fiction, letters, essays, marriage, property, romance, law, inequality, elite, social structure, class, courtship, education, speech, reason and sensibility (p27){image number 14}, promotion on merit (p31),{image number 16} love and marriage (p47){image number 24}, arranged marriage (p48){image number 25}, good manners (p72){image number 37}, drink, over-consumption of tea (pp81-88){image number 41}, snuff (p89){image number 45}, speech, reserved debate (p133){image number 67}, Athenian Mercury (p155){image number 78}, jealousy (p162){image number 82}, inequality, education (pp193, 197, 207){image number 97}, lack of education blamed for dominance of men, status of Muslim women (p193){image number 97}, Islam, professions, women excluded from Church and Law (p198){image number 100}, the body, differences in male and female brain (p201){image number 101}, promotion of female education (p213){image number 107}, philosophy (pp213, 255){image number 107}, fortune telling (p258){image number 130}, games, gambling (pp271-283){image number 136}, differences between French and English education (p285){image number 143}
Additional Information By Eliza Haywood and others. 5th Edition (London, 1755).
Copyright Bodleian Library, University of Oxford