NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 27, Number 4, December 2005
Special Issue
Re-Thinking Women's Romanticism
Guest Editor: Donelle Ruwe

Introduction
Donelle Ruwe

CONTENTS

Articles

Relious Controversy in Hester Chapone's Letters on the Improvement of the Mind
Julie Straight

Mentoria: Women, Children, and the Structures of Science
Alan Rauch

The Ambivalence of Ann Yearsley: Laboring and Writing, Submission and Resistance
Julie Cairnie

Screen-Memories and Fictionalized Autobiography: Mary Shelley's Mathilda and "The Mourner"
Diane Long Hoeveler

Reviews

Elizabeth Campbell Denlinger, Before Victoria: Extraordinary Women of the British Romantic Era
[Donelle Ruwe]

Dale M. Bauer and Philip Gould, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Nineteenth-Century American Women's Writing
[Susan K. Harris]

Nora Crook, ed., Mary Shelley's "Literary Lives" and Other Writings
[Graham Allen]

William H. Galperin, The Historical Austen
Clara Tuite, Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon
Penny Gay, Jane Austen and the Theatre
[Kathryn Sutherland]

Caroline Roberts, The Woman and the Hour: Harriet Martineau and Victorian Ideologies
[Deborah A. Logan]

Heather Murry, Come, Bright Imporvement! The Literary Societies of Nineteenth-Century Ontario
[Joanna Webb Johnson]

Helen Rogers, Women and the People: Authority, Authorship and the Radical Tradition in Nineteenth-Century England
[Martin Hewitt]

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