<p>ABSTRACT:</p><p>This article details the variety of critical strategies in Mary Wollstonecraftâs <i>A Vindication of the Rights of Woman</i>, finding strong connections with her writing as a reviewer for the <i>Analytical Review</i>, the literary review published by the reformer and Dissenter Joseph Johnson. In <i>Rights of Woman</i>, Wollstonecraft employed textual analyses and an evolving set of theoretical positions that had been introduced in the course of her career at the <i>Analytical Review</i>. By elucidating the importance of the reviews and the specificity of Wollstonecraftâs procedures, this article contributes to a growing consensus that <i>Rights of Woman</i> initiated feminist literary criticism.</p>
Journal of the History of Ideas – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: May 11, 2018
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