Walsingham: Or, the Pupil of Nature

Walsingham Or the Pupil of Nature Walsingham is both a lively story and a commentary by Mary Robinson on her society s constraints upon women The novel follows the story of two main characters Walsingham Ainsforth and his cousin

  • Title: Walsingham: Or, the Pupil of Nature
  • Author: Mary Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781551112992
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Walsingham 1797 is both a lively story and a commentary by Mary Robinson on her society s constraints upon women The novel follows the story of two main characters, Walsingham Ainsforth and his cousin, Sir Sidney Aubrey, a girl who is passed off as a son by her mother so that she will become the family heir Sidney, educated in France, returns to England as an adult andWalsingham 1797 is both a lively story and a commentary by Mary Robinson on her society s constraints upon women The novel follows the story of two main characters, Walsingham Ainsforth and his cousin, Sir Sidney Aubrey, a girl who is passed off as a son by her mother so that she will become the family heir Sidney, educated in France, returns to England as an adult and persistently sabotages Walsingham s love interests having secretly fallen in love with him herself Eventually, Sidney reveals her identity, and she and Walsingham declare their mutual love, wed, and share the family s estate.This Broadview edition includes a rich selection of primary source material, including contemporary reviews, historical and literary accounts of eighteenth century female crossdressers and selections from contemporary works that focus on the figure of the fallen woman.

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    1. This is an amazing novel. Very ahead of its time (late 18th century). Whatever you do, DON'T read the back of this book or read the introduction. It's much more interesting if you don't know the twist. Try to guess if you can! I can't speak highly enough about this book. It's very twisted and intriguing and throws up such interesting questions - questions that are even more relevant today.

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