María Isabel Romero Ruiz. 2014. The London Lock Hospital in the Nineteenth Century. Gender, Sexuality and Social Reform.

  • María José Coperías Aguilar Universitat de València

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Author Biography

María José Coperías Aguilar, Universitat de València
María José Coperías Aguilar is a senior lecturer at the University of Valencia, where she teaches in the Department of English and German Philology. She has published several critical editions in Spanish of the works of authors such as Aphra Behn, the Brontë sisters, Elizabeth Gaskell and Jean Rhys for the series “Letras Universales” in Ediciones Cátedra.

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Published
2016-06-21
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