Antonia Forster

Standard Name: Forster, Antonia

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Literary responses Elizabeth Bonhote
Olivia was fairly favourably noticed by the Critical Review in December 1786: more, however, for the introduction and professed intention than for the commonplace story.
James Raven and Antonia Forster in The English Novel 1770-1829...
Publishing Regina Maria Roche
The future RMR published her second novel, The Maid of the Hamlet, under her birth name (though she was in fact already married) and dedicated to the remarkable Duchess of Leinster .
Roche's dedicatee...
Textual Production Eliza Haywood
A survey of lost books by Antonia Forster and Edward Jacobs found circulating-library books more likely than others to have left no copies.
Spedding, Patrick. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto, 2003.
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Textual Production Mary Jones
Literary historian Antonia Forster believes that this was probably an invitation to write for The Library; or, Moral and Critical Magazine, which was launched the following month, edited by Andrew Kippis and published by...
Textual Production Susanna Watts
SW 's perhaps most interesting translation as well as the most obscure, The Wonderful Travels of Prince Fan-Feredin, in the Country of Arcadia, was published at Dublin.
Bibliographers James Raven and Antonia Forster
Textual Production Jane West
JW published anonymously (as a Lady) with Hookham the first two volumes of her first novel, The Twin Sisters; or, the Effects of Education.
Bibliographers James Raven and Antonia Forster leave this work...

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Texts

Forster, Antonia. “’A Considerable Rank in the World of Belles Lettres’: women, fiction, and literary history in the last quarter of the eighteenth century”. Women and Literary History: ’For There She Was’, edited by Katherine Binhammer and Jeanne Wood, University of Delaware Press, 2003, pp. 106-18.
Forster, Antonia. Email about Mary Jones to Isobel Grundy.
Forster, Antonia. Emails to Isobel Grundy about Thomas Holcroft.
Forster, Antonia. Index to Book Reviews in England, 1749-1774. Southern Illinois University Press, 1990.
Forster, Antonia. Index to Book Reviews in England, 1775-1800. British Library, 1997.