London Ladies: True Tales of the Eighteenth Century
Columbia University Press, 1952 - 208 páginas
Presents true stories of women from 18th century London such as Martha Ray, Elizabeth Simpson Inchbald, Amelia Aderson Opie, Sally and Maria Siddon, Dorthea Lieven, and Jane Walsh.
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