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By S. Schmid

British salons, with site visitors comparable to Byron, Moore, and Thackeray, have been veritable hothouses of political and cultural agitation. utilizing a couple of assets - diaries, letters, silver-fork novels, satires, trip writing, Keepsakes, and imaginary conversations - Schmid paints a brilliant photo of the British salon among the 1780s and the 1840s.

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