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by Marjorie Reeves

ISBN: 0718502361
ISBN13: 978-0718502362
Language: English
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group (January 1, 2001)
Pages: 192
Category: Europe
Subategory: History

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Start by marking Female Education and Non-Conformist Culture, 1700-1900 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Through vivid letters diaries, poetry, hymns, personal books, and school texts, we learn of their lives, education, spiritual commitment, literary aspirations, and struggles for freedom and knowledge.

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Pursuing the Muses: Female Education and Nonconformist Culture 1700–1900. Huntington Library Quarterly 7. (2014): 435-52. --. West Country Nonconformist Women Writers, 1720–1840. Wordsworth Circle 43 (2012): 44–55. London: University of Leicester Press, 1997. ‘When kindred Souls unite’: The Literary Friendship of Mary Steele and Mary Scott, 1766–1793.

Pursuing the Muses: Female Education and Nonconformist Culture, 1700-1900. The Muse of Modernity: Essays on Culture As Development in Africa. Continuum Intl Pub Group (01 October 1997). Africa World Pr (01 January 1997). Andesite Press (24 August 2017).

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Female education and nonconformist culture, 1700–1900. By Marjorie Reeves  . 10 figs, 1 map and 1 family tree. By Marjorie Reeves January 1999 · The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Female education and nonconformist culture, 1700–1900.

Marjorie Ethel Reeves, historian and educationist: born Bratton, Wiltshire 17. .In 1996 was appointed CBE for her services to history and education. Her Nonconformist background continued to inform her life even when she moved to the Anglican Communion.

In 1996 was appointed CBE for her services to history and education. She lived simply, although she enjoyed feasts and festivities in good company.

The book is about local history as communication in literary form. The first part of the text looks at how 18th-century young women with literary aspirations escaped from the typical girls' school to gain their real education from male friends, advocates of the "blue stockings"

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Published in hardback as "Pursuing the Muses" (1998), this volume is about local history as communication in literary form. The writers speak to each other across the counties (Wiltshire, Somerset, Hampshire and Dorset). They are linked in a non-conformist family network and their media are vivid letters, diaries and poetry. Their commonplace books and school books tell us what they read and how they were educated. The first part looks at how 18th-century young women with literary aspirations escaped from the typical girls' school to gain their real education from male friends, advocates of the "blue stockings". The middle part focuses on a literary circle (mostly women) who combined spiritual piety with contemporary classical/pastoral romance, writing hymns but also exchanging playful verse with friends who were Baptist divines. The last part, covering the 19th century, follows this literary tradition through four generations in one village in Wiltshire.
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