By Molly Youngkin
Focusing on British girls writers' wisdom of old Egypt, Youngkin indicates the in many instances restricted yet pervasive representations of old Egyptian ladies of their written and visible works. photographs of Hathor, Isis, and Cleopatra prompted how British writers akin to George Eliot and Edith Cooper got here to symbolize lady emancipation.
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British Women Writers and the Reception of Ancient Egypt, 1840-1910: Imperialist Representations of Egyptian Women by Molly Youngkin