Women & History: Voices of Early Modern England
Coach House Press, 1995 - English literature - 262 pages
Through private letters and journals, published memoirs and reflections, trial transcripts and court depositions, Women and History illuminates the world of 17th- and 18th-century English women.
She at first denied
The great danger she had reason to believe she was
Hardpressed to make ends meet
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