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Victorian Women Writers and the Classics. The Feminine of Homer.
Oxford University Press, 2006. 272p. Hardback. Series: Classical Presences. Both scholars and more general readers will find much interest in Hurst's accessible contribution to the Classical Presences series, with its adroit summaries of the position of women's classical education in the Victorian period and its effect on the shaping of much of women's classical writing over the course of the century. Caroline M. Jackson-Houlston The Gaskin Journel 17/12/2008 (Publisher's information).
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