Professor Rebecca Nesvet’s (English) article “Lady Clara Cavendish: Reynolds and Rymer’s Political Hoax” (“Lady Clara Cavendish : le canular politique de Reynolds et Rymer”) is published in the journal Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens. The volume’s editors, Drs. Francoise Dupeyron and Fabienne Moine, write: “essays purport to show how these popular writing practices enable the ‘minor’ voices of humble, disregarded, ‘ordinary people’ (such as miners, manual workers, prison inmates or mere working-class tourists) to be heard, assert themselves, awake social and political awareness, strengthen the sense of belonging to a community, and in some cases, advance the Chartist cause.” The volume is available open-access, here.
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