Frances Brooke's Emily Montague (1769): Canada and Women's Rights

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Author/collaborator
Title
Frances Brooke's Emily Montague (1769): Canada and Women's Rights
Abstract
The author contends that the Frances Brooke's novel, The History of Emily Montague, is "one of the earliest feminist statements." Set in Quebec, the novel details the social life, agricultural practices and cultural characteristics of British Canadians in Lower Canada.
Publication
Women's Studies
Volume
Vol. 12
Issue
no. 1
Pages
7-16
Date
1986
Language
en
Citation
Boutelle, Ann Edwards. “Frances Brooke’s Emily Montague (1769): Canada and Women’s Rights.” Women’s Studies Vol. 12, no. 1 (1986): 7–16.
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