1 of 5
What subject does the narrator describe as recording “not opinions, but facts”?

2 of 5
After visiting the British Library, to which period does the narrator turn to begin her research about women’s lives?

3 of 5
For what transgressive request is the hypothetical Judith beaten by her father?

4 of 5
What trait does the narrator identify as generally absent among “labouring, uneducated, servile people”?

5 of 5
Per the narrator, the mind of an artist is particularly susceptible to ___.