Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Note on Primary Sources
Introduction: `Strange and Unheard of Revolutions'
Part I. 'To Run One's Self Into Danger': Women and the Politics of Opposition in the London Book Trade
1. Women in the London Book Trade
2. Making, Tracing, and Erasing Seditious Intentions
Part II. `Telling the King His Faults': Religio-Political Polemicism and Women's Public Expression
3. Oral Religio-Political Activism and Textual Production
4. Metaphors of Being and Modes of Empowerment
Part III. `I Take Truth with me When I Can Get Her': Delarivier Manley and the Reproduction of Political Intelligence
5. Delarivier Manley's Public Representations
Conclusion: The Antidote to these Women's Poison'?