Sara Coleridge, daughter of the poet, was a woman of exceptional intellectual energy. Herself a talented writer, she devoted her life to editing her father's works and successfully promoting them to the Victorian public. This book by Bradford Keyes Mudge is at once a biography of this little-known woman, a selection of her most interesting and least available essays, and an exploration of the constraining codes of female propriety that worked to marginalize her as a nineteenth-century woman of letters.
Subjects: Language & Literature, History
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