William Walsh

Standard Name: Walsh, William,, d. 1708

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Judith Drake
Its boldness in argument—seeking to lift women to an Equallity [sic]
Drake, Judith. An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex. A. Roper, E. Wilkinson, and R. Clavel, 1696.
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with men—may stem from its anonymity. It is also interesting as literary criticism, notably on Dryden , Wycherley , Congreve , and Locke
Textual Production Eugenia
The pseudonym Eugenia, meaning well-born, was fairly common. The Eugenia to whom William Walsh addressed A Dialogue Concerning Women, Being a Defence of the Sex, 1691, was probably not his sister Olivia (who...

Timeline

1691
William Walsh published anonymously A Dialogue Concerning Women, Being a Defence of the Sex, Written to Eugenia.