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The “Original” Journals of Katherine Wilmot: Women’s Travel Writing in the Salon of Helen Maria Williams

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The “Original” Journals of Katherine Wilmot : Women’s Travel Writing in the Salon of Helen Maria Williams. / Wolf, Alexis.

In: European Romantic Review, Vol. 30, No. 5-6, 30.11.2019, p. 615-637.

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Wolf A. The “Original” Journals of Katherine Wilmot: Women’s Travel Writing in the Salon of Helen Maria Williams. European Romantic Review. 2019 Nov 30;30(5-6):615-637. Epub 2019 Nov 20. doi: 10.1080/10509585.2019.1672547

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