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dc.identifier.citation P. PERKINS. ‘Planting Seeds of Virtue: Sentimental Fiction and the Education of Women’, Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text 6 (June 2001). Online: Internet (date accessed): < cc06_n02.html> en
dc.description.abstract Perkins discusses the contributions made by women writers to debates on the virtue and moral education of women in the eighteenth century. Using examples from Frances Burney, Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Hamilton, and Jean Marishall, Perkins suggests that their ideas of virture were more complex than is generally recognized today. en
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dc.rights This article is copyright © 2001 Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research, and is the result of the independent labour of the scholar or scholars credited with authorship. The material contained in this document may be freely distributed, as long as the origin of information used has been properly credited in the appropriate manner (e.g. through bibliographic citation, etc.). en
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dc.subject eighteenth-century fiction en
dc.subject women writers en
dc.subject virtue en
dc.subject moral education of women en
dc.subject Burney, Francis en
dc.subject Edgeworth, Maria en
dc.subject Hamilton, Elizabeth en
dc.subject Marishall, Jean en
dc.title Planting Seeds of Virtue: Sentimental Fiction and the Moral Education of Women en
dc.type journal article en_US
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dc.status Peer reviewed en

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