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The essays collected here offer students of nineteenth- century rhetorical criticism a fine opportunity to explore these possibilities. By Donna R. In the wake of the American Revolution, privileged white women in the new nation began to write against colonial oppressions, particularly the laws and cus- toms that severely limited women's educational opportunities and denied their political participation. As early as , Abigail Adams urged her husband to "Remember the Ladies," only to be told, "Depend upon it, we know better than repeal our masculine system" Adams, and other women with social capital in the early American nation, felt obliged to speak and write against the common per- ceptions of women's moral and intellectual inferiority.
By Donna R.
In the wake of the American Revolution, privileged white women in the new nation began to write against colonial oppressions, particularly the laws and customs that severely limited women's educational opportunities and denied their political participation. As early as , Abigail Adams urged her husband to "Remember the Ladies," only to be told, "Depend upon it, we know better than repeal our masculine system" Adams, and other women with social capital in the early American nation, felt obliged to speak and write against the common perceptions of women's moral and intellectual inferiority.
Novel writing was among the few professional arenas in which educated women were able to articulate their understanding of social and political oppression. Seduction novels were a popular genre in the new nation, which was, not unlike the novels' protagonists, struggling for liberation from colonial authority.
Donna Bontatibus argues that late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century novelists Susanna Rowson, Tabitha Tenney, Hannah Webster Foster, and Judith Sargent Murray manipulate the seduction genre in an effort to combine critiques of neocolonialism and instructional narratives for women with the formulae of sentimental novels.
Bontatibus points out the ways the novels position seduction as a "complex signifying practice determined and reproduced by limited educational opportunities, colonial laws and customs, circumscribed roles for the middle-class woman, and the existence of a rape culture" 5. Drawing from feminist theory, cultural studies, and postcolonial theory, she delineates a call for sociopolitical reform that is itself multidimensional and nonreductive.
Bontatibus intends to make problematic the assumption that seduction novels are demoralizing for women because they portray women as willing victims of their own poor decision making. She convincingly positions the seduction novels of Rowson, Tenney, Foster, and Murray as both representative of the Puritan and Calvinist values of their time and indicative of a burgeoning feminist consciousness.
Her analysis should be of general interest to a wide variety of scholarly interests. While the situations may suggest otherwise, none of these characters are blood related or minors.
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