English women writers actively participated in the social debates between the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth century, especially because of the profound evolution of the economic and political system that was crucially affecting their role within contemporary society. In this article Serena Baiesi will investigate the role of women writers in the abolitionist movement taking as example the poems by Amelia Opie and Helen Maria Williams.

Romantic Women Writers and the Abolitionist Movement: The Economics of Freedom.

BAIESI, SERENA
2008

Abstract

English women writers actively participated in the social debates between the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth century, especially because of the profound evolution of the economic and political system that was crucially affecting their role within contemporary society. In this article Serena Baiesi will investigate the role of women writers in the abolitionist movement taking as example the poems by Amelia Opie and Helen Maria Williams.
S. Baiesi
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