A revolution of feeling by rachel hewitt review the anguish of failed utopians a daring history of mary wollstonecraft and other 1790s radicals suggests this was the decade that forged the . This is the website of rachel hewitt author of map of a nation a biography of the ordnance survey and a revolution of feeling the decade that forged the modern mind rachel is a writer in a range of non fictional genres history nature writing psychology literary biography feminism memoir and lecturer in creative writing. Rachel hewitts book is fuelled by vim and vigour a revolution of feeling has a good deal to say about the gendering of emotion and also about the relationship between politics and passion political change hewett shows is inseparable from changes in our attitudes to feeling discussions of the french revolution were dominated by . Rachel hewitt is the author of map of a nation granta 2010 which tells the biography of britains national mapping agency the ordnance survey which was shortlisted for the galaxy award for best popular non fiction book 2011 and for which she won the 2008 royal society of literature jerwood award for non fiction she lives in york. Rachel hewitt is the author of a revolution of feeling the decade that forged the modern mind 2017 and map of a nation a biography of the ordnance survey 2010 which won the royal society of literature jerwood award for non fiction awarded to authors engaged on their first major commissioned works of non fiction and was shortlisted for
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