Dr.Johnson's Women

by Norma Clarke

Dr.Johnson's Women Synopsis

Dr.Johnson's Women by Norma Clarke

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Dr. Johnson's Women represents the best kind of popula history being produced at the moment: scholarly, fluent and supremely human. --Kathryn Hughes, Daily Telegraph Dr. Clarke understands the eighteenth century -- she has a nice sense of character. Her book is both shrewd and scholarly. --Adam Sisman, Evening Standard Dr. Johnson's Women represents the best kind of popula history being produced at the moment: scholarly, fluent and supremely human. Kathryn Hughes, Daily Telegraph Dr. Clarke understands the eighteenth century -- she has a nice sense of character. Her book is both shrewd and scholarly. Adam Sisman, Evening Standard Dr. Johnson's Women represents the best kind of popula history being produced at the moment: scholarly, fluent and supremely human. Kathryn Hughes, Daily Telegraph Dr. Clarke understands the eighteenth century -- she has a nice sense of character. Her book is both shrewd and scholarly. Adam Sisman, Evening Standard Dr. Johnson's Women represents the best kind of popula history being produced at the moment: scholarly, fluent and supremely human. --Kathryn Hughes, Daily Telegraph Dr. Clarke understands the eighteenth century -- she has a nice sense of character. Her book is both shrewd and scholarly. --Adam Sisman, Evening Standard

Book Information

ISBN: 9781852852542
Publication date: 1st January 2001
Author: Norma Clarke
Publisher: Hambledon Continuum an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 256 pages
Categories: Literary studies: c 1500 to c 1800, Literary studies: plays & playwrights,

About Norma Clarke

Norma Clarke is the author of Ambitious Heights: The Jewsbury Sisters, Felicia Hemans and Jane Carlyle.

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