Poems on Several Occasions (Lady Mary Chudleigh)
"Poems on Several Occasions" was published by the intellectual feminist
Lady Mary Chudleighin 1703. The primary subject of the collection is the joys of friendship between women, when that friendship is based on shared morals and shared intellectual pursuits, although there are also poems on various other topics.
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