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Floral femininity and female education
Sam George

–5). 37 See note 21 above. For a discussion of Wollstonecraft’s debt to contemporary historical writing, particularly that of the Scottish Enlightenment and her interest in histories of ‘civilisation’, see Jane Rendall, ‘“The grand causes which combine to carry mankind forward”: Wollstonecraft, History and Revolution’, Women’s Writing, 4:2 ( 1997

in Botany, sexuality and women’s writing 1760–1830