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In the first book-length study of Elizabeth Hamilton, Grogan addresses a significant gap in scholarship and complicates critical understanding of the Romantic woman writer. Arguing that politically centrist writers have been overlooked, Grogan suggests that situating Hamilton in terms of the Jacobin/anti-Jacobin framework obscures her radical innovations in the deployment of genre. Hamilton's example shows new strategies for uncovering the means by which women writers participated in the revolutionary debate.

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