Mirror of Literature,  2 (1823), 313–16.

Traits of the Female Character



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London Magazine


Gender, Human Species, Ancient Authorities

    Unlike the moderns, the ancients 'seem to have considered women as an inferior species of beings to men, which is a doctrine as illiberal as it is unphilosophical' (314).

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