The Coquette

Further reading

  • Bontatibus, Donna R. The Seduction Novel of the Early Nation: A Call for Socio-Political Reform. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1999.
  • Dill, Elizabeth. “A Mob of Lusty Villagers: Operations of Domestic Desires in Hannah Webster Foster’s The Coquette.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 15.3 (2003): 255-279.
  • Finseth, Ian. “’A Melancholy tale:’ Rhetoric, Fiction, and Passion in The Coquette.” Studies in the Novel 33.2 (2001): 125-159.
  • Hamilton, Kristie. "'An Assault on the Will:' Republican Virtue and the City in Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette. Early American Literature 24 (1989): 135-51.
  • Korobkin, Laura H. “Can Your Volatile Daughter Ever Acquire Your Wisdom?’ Luxury and False Ideas in The Coquette.” Early American Literature 41.1 (2006): 79-107.
  • Martin, Terence. “Social Institutions in the Early American Novel.” American Quarterly 9.1 (1957): 72-84.
  • Wenska, Walter P., Jr. "The Coquette and the American Dream of Freedom." Early American Literature 12 (1978): 243-55.

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