Blakey, Dorothy. The Minerva Press 1790-1820. Oxford University Press, 1939, p. 337 pp.
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Miss Byron is the form in which this writer's name appears on all the books ascribed to her except three bearing the pseudonym A Modern Antique. Bibliographer Dorothy Blakey called the author of both...
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The title of this work appears to have been particularly unstable. Scholar Dorothy Blakey saw it advertised in this form, which appears in a Critical Review list (Blakey omits the second the). The English...
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The first volume has a frontispiece (two women meeting a man in armour) and the title-page quotes some lines about the insecurity of a throne won through ambition. These are ascribed to Fielding 's Merope...
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