Items where SHU Author is "Peace, Mary"
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PEACE, Mary (2013). Sentimentality in the Service of Methodism: John Wesley’s Abridgment of Henry Brooke’s The Fool of Quality (1765–1770). In: MCINELLY, Brett C., (ed.) Religion in the age of enlightenment. New York, AMS Press, Inc..
PEACE, Mary (2012). "On the soft beds of luxury most kingdoms have expired": 1759 and the lives of prostitutes. In: REGAN, Shaun, (ed.) Reading 1795 : literary culture in mid-eighteenth- century Britain and France. Transits : Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850 . Lanham, Md., Bucknell University Press, 75-94.
PEACE, Mary (2011). Asylum, reformatory or penitentiary? : secular sentiments vs proto-evangelical religion in The Histories of Some of the Penitents in the Magdalen House (1760). In: LEWIS, Ann and ELLIS, Markman, (eds.) Prostitution and eighteenth-century culture : sex, commerce and morality. The body, gender and culture . London, Pickering and Chatto.
PEACE, Mary (2007). The Magdalen Hospital and the fortunes of whiggish sentimentality in mid-eighteenth century Britain: "well-grounded" exemplarity vs. "romantic" exceptionality. The eighteenth century, 48 (2), 125-148.
PEACE, Mary (2002). Epicures in rural pleasures: desire, dissent and sentimental economy in Sarah Scott's Millennium Hall. Women's writing, 9 (2), 305-316.