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    by Routledge

    This text reprints selected non-fictional works by Haywood, with particular attention to the journalism, criticism, and "conduct and advice" material. Here, Haywood explicates and defends ideas on gender and culture that she develops obliquely elsewhere.

    Volume I MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS, 1725-43, General Introduction, Preface; 'Eliza Haywood', by Christine Blouch, The Tea-Table, The Tea- Table ... Part the Second, Reflections on the Various Effects of Love, Love-Letters on All Occasions, A Present for a Servant-Maid, Notes, Textual Introduction, List of Emendations, Word-Division


    Alex Pettit, Patrick Spedding, Margo Collins, Jerry Beasley, Christine Blouch, Kathryn King