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Christopher Smart and Satire explores the lively and idiosyncratic world of satire in the eighteenth-century periodical, focusing on the way that writers adopted. Christopher Smart and Satire: 'Mary Midnight' and the Midwife – By Min Wild. Dr Karina Williamson. University of Edinburgh. Search for more.
Thanks for subscribing! Vote Are you sure you want to submit this vote? Submit vote Cancel. As she explores Smart's use of a peculiarly female voice, Wild offers us a picture of an ingenious and ribald wit whose satirical overview of society explores, overturns, and anatomises questions of gender, politics, and scientific and literary endeavors.
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