Conversable worlds : literature, contention, and community 1762 to 1830
Around 1700 a new commercial society was emerging that thought of its values as the product of exchanges between citizens. A welter of publications-periodical essays, novels, and poetry-enjoined the virtues of conversation and were discussed in book clubs and literary societies, creating their own conversable worlds
Publisher: Oxford University Press
DOI identifier: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199591749.001.0001
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