Brown, Susan, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, eds. Lucy Hutton entry: Overview screen within Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Online, 2006. <//orlando.cambridge.org/>. 14 July 2020.
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In her single extant, late eighteenth-century work, Lucy Hutton sounds like a trenchantly feminist theologian, a biblical and in some sense a literary critic. She chose the form of epistles for an earlier printed work which does not survive, and refers to the writing of familiar letters, which are also not apparently extant.
28 February 1744 Lucy Molyneux, later the proto-feminist writer LH, was born at Preston in Lancashire, the third daughter in a family of 'several' children. Bibliographic Citation link.
6 September 1788 LH died, probably at Beetham in Westmorland. She was forty-three. Bibliographic Citation link.
Late 1788 LH's Six Sermonicles; or, Discourses on the Punishment of Eve were posthumously and anonymously published at Kendal in Westmorland. scholarly note link.
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