Conventional Correspondenceconventionele Correspondentie. Briefcultuur van de Nederlandse Elite, 1770-1850: Epistolary Culture of the Dutch Elite, 1770-1850 [Book Review]

Brill (2011)

Describing the epistolary practices of the Dutch elite in the period 1770-1850, this book shows how cultural ideals of sincerity, individuality and naturalness influenced the style and contents of letters and argues for the vital importance of correspondence to the performance of class, gender and familial identities.
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