Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics)

Belinda (Oxford World's Classics)Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (1999-08-19)

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (1999-08-19)Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (1999-08-19)

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (1999-08-19)Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics)Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (World’s Classics)

Belinda (World's Classics)Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics) by Edgeworth, Maria (2008) Paperback

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics) by Edgeworth, Maria (2008) PaperbackMaria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics) by Edgeworth, Maria ( 2008 )

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics) by Edgeworth, Maria ( 2008 )Maria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…

Belinda (Oxford World’s Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (11-Dec-2008) Paperback

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Belinda (Oxford World's Classics) by Maria Edgeworth (11-Dec-2008) PaperbackMaria Edgeworth won the admiration of her contemporary Jane Austen, as well as later writers such as Thackeray and Turgenev, and in Belinda (1801) she tackles issues of gender and race in a manner at once comic and thought-provoking. Braving the perils of the marriage market, Belinda learns to think for herself as the examples of her friends prove singularly unreliable.Edgeworth’s varied cast includes the bewitching aristocrat, Lady Delacour, wh…