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George Hamilton-Gordon, 5th Earl of Aberdeen
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. George John James Hamilton-Gordon, 5th Earl of Aberdeen (28 September 1816 22 March 1864), styled Lord Haddo before 1860, was a British peer and Liberal Party politician. Lord Haddo was born at Bentley Priory in Hertfordshire, the eldest son of the 4th Earl of Aberdeen and was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge. On 5 November 1840, he married Mary Baillie (a sister of the future 10th Earl of Haddington) at Taymouth Castle and they had six children: George (1841 1870), James Henry (1845 1868, killed in a rifle accident), John Campbell (1847 1934), Mary (1844 1914, married the 8th Lord Polwarth), Harriet (1849 1942, married William Lindsay) and Katherine Eliza (1852 1931, married the 6th Lord Balfour of Burleigh).

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Gender and the Fictions of the Public Sphere, 1...
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Challenging the longstanding interpretation of the early English public sphere as polite, inclusive, and egalitarian this book re-interprets key texts by representative male authors from the period-Addison, Steele, Shaftesbury, and Richardson-as reactionary responses to the widely-consumed and surprisingly subversive work of women writers such as Mary Astell, Delarivier Manley, and Eliza Haywood, whose political and journalistic texts have up until now received little scholarly consideration. By analyzing a wide range of materials produced between the 1690s to the 1750s, Pollock exposes a literary marketplace characterized less by cool rational discourse and genial consensus than by vehement contestation and struggles for cultural authority, particularly in debates concerning the proper extent of women's participation in English public life. Utilizing innovative methods of research and analysis the book reveals that even at its moment of inception, there was an immanent critique of the early liberal public sphere being articulated by women writers who were keenly aware of the hierarchies and techniques of exclusion that contradicted their culture's oft-repeated appeals to the principles of equality and universality.

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Gender and the Fictions of the Public Sphere, 1...
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Challenging the longstanding interpretation of the early English public sphere as polite, inclusive, and egalitarian this book re-interprets key texts by representative male authors from the period-Addison, Steele, Shaftesbury, and Richardson-as reactionary responses to the widely-consumed and surprisingly subversive work of women writers such as Mary Astell, Delarivier Manley, and Eliza Haywood, whose political and journalistic texts have up until now received little scholarly consideration. By analyzing a wide range of materials produced between the 1690s to the 1750s, Pollock exposes a literary marketplace characterized less by cool rational discourse and genial consensus than by vehement contestation and struggles for cultural authority, particularly in debates concerning the proper extent of women's participation in English public life. Utilizing innovative methods of research and analysis the book reveals that even at its moment of inception, there was an immanent critique of the early liberal public sphere being articulated by women writers who were keenly aware of the hierarchies and techniques of exclusion that contradicted their culture's oft-repeated appeals to the principles of equality and universality.

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