Selected Writings of an Eighteenth-Century Venetian Woman of Letters

ISBN-10: 0226817687
ISBN-13: 9780226817682
Edition: 2003
List price: $33.00
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Description: This volume brings together Caminer's letters, poems and journalistic writings, providing an intellectual biography of this remarkable woman, as well as a glimpse into her intimate correspondence.

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List price: $33.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 11/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

This volume brings together Caminer's letters, poems and journalistic writings, providing an intellectual biography of this remarkable woman, as well as a glimpse into her intimate correspondence.

Acknowledgments
Series Editors' Introduction
List of Abbreviations
Volume Editor's Introduction
Volume Editor's Bibliography
The Making of a Woman of Letters in the Eighteenth-Century Veneto
Poem on Ambition and the Passing of Time (1763)
Poem for Alberto Fortis on Their Friendship (1768)
Letter to Lazzaro Spallanzani (1769)
Letter to Lazzaro Spallanzani (1769)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1769)
Poem for a Friend on Love's Disillusionments (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1770)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1771)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1771)
Preface toComposizioni teatrali moderne tradotte (Modern Theatrical Compositions in Translation)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1772)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1772)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1772)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1772)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1772)
Letter to Giuseppe Gennari (1772)
Review of the Final Volume ofComposizioni teatrali moderne tradotte(177273)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1773)
Poem for a Friend on Infinite Tedium (1773)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1773)
Letter to Giuseppe Bencivenni Pelli (1774)
Letter to Lazzaro Spallanzani (1777)
Flysheet for theGiornale enciclopedicoin Vicenza (1777)
Polemic with a Reader from Vicenza (1777)
Letter to Clemente Vannetti (1779)
Letter to Michele Sorgo (1779)
Letter to Clemente Vannetti (1780)
Letter to Clemente Vannetti (1780)
Letter to Alberto Fortis (1780)
Letter to Aurelio de' Giorgi Bert�la (1780)
Letter to Clemente Vannetti (1781)
Letter to Lazzaro Spallanzani (1789)
Letter to Lazzaro Spallanzani (1792)
Letter to an Unidentified Recipient (1796)
Women and Society A
The Intellectual Life
Why Women Write Differently from Men (1769)
Who Are the "Exceptional" Women (1769)
Poem in Honor of Caterina Dolfin Tron (1773)
On a Critique ofThe Scourge of Humanity(1786)
On the Error of Exalting Some Women by Insulting Others (1790)
On Mary Wollstonecraft'sVindication of the Rights of Woman(1792-93)
On an Encomium of Isabella Teotochi Marini:The Original and the Portrait(1793)
On the Excessive Modesty of a Learned Woman (1794)
B. Fashion
Letter to Agostino Vivorio (1776)
Review of the New Fashion Supplement to theTuscan Gazette(1777)
Review of Clemente Bondi's Poem on Fashion (1778)
Review of the MilaneseJournal of the Ladies and Fashions of France(1786)
Review of the Venetian Fashion PeriodicalThe Gallant and Learned Woman(1786)
C. Marriage or the Convent
Against Forced Monachization or Forced Marriage: A Review of Dubois-Fontanelle's (translated into Italian by F. Albergati) (1769)
The Convent: Tranquil Haven or Tortuous Prison? (1773)
Poem Offering Advice to a Bride and Groom upon Their Marriage (1774)
Review of Letters on the Duties of Nuns' Superiors (1778)
Poem for a Young Woman a

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