Carlile, Susan. Charlotte Lennox. An Independent Mind. University of Toronto Press, 2018.
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|Education||Elizabeth Singer Rowe|
She later recalled how she listened to fairy stories told her by Mrs Carter, how she read out chapters of the Bible in French, and loved the still new and fashionable French romances in their...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Ann, Lady Fanshawe||
They may have chosen to marry outside Oxford because although he was a royalist, Sir Richard did not support the reforms by which William Laud had been making the Church of England higher. Ann's...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Eleanor Sleath||
The action of this novel takes place in many different parts of Italy. Its features include a mystery over the heroine's birth (her mother was an escaped nun and her father was burned by...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Brereton|
|Textual Production||Charlotte Lennox|
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Hervey||
Elizabeth Hervey anonymously published her fourth novel, The Church of St. Siffrid, again in four volumes, with a quotation from Giovanni Battista Guarini on its title-page, in Italian.
Garside, Peter. “The English Novel in the Romantic Era: Consolidation and Dispersal”. The English Novel 1770-1829, edited by Peter Garside, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 2: 15 - 103.