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Concentrating on British ladies writers' wisdom of old Egypt, Youngkin indicates the commonly constrained yet pervasive representations of historic Egyptian ladies of their written and visible works. photographs of Hathor, Isis, and Cleopatra motivated how British writers resembling George Eliot and Edith Cooper got here to symbolize woman emancipation.

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