Peter Garside

Standard Name: Garside, Peter


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Intertextuality and Influence Jane West
Unlike JW 's two previous works, this one was reviewed in the Quarterly Magazine and elsewhere.
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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David Thame believes that this and West's next novel represent a substantial change of register from gossiping...
Literary responses Elizabeth B. Lester
Of the anti-Catholic arguments, Peter Garside (the first to disentangle the identities of these two writers) comments: A far cry from jolly Mrs Ross !
Garside, Peter. “Mrs. Ross and Elizabeth B. Lester: New Attributions”. Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text.
The sales figures suggest that EBL was declining in popularity.
Literary responses Catherine Cuthbertson
Walter Scott was hunting for a copy of this book in about 1813, calling it a now-forgotten novel;
Garside, Peter. “Walter Scott and the ’Common’ Novel, 1808-1819”. Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text.
critic Peter Garside suspects that it exercised some influence on his Guy Mannering. Garside calls...
Publishing Elizabeth Sarah Gooch
She may have used two successive publishers. The Critical Review said the publisher was William Lane of the Minerva Press , but the bibliographer Peter Garside and his associates record a copy published by S. Highley
Publishing Charlotte Lennox
Published in four volumes (her longest) by Cadell , it had been written some years previously. The section where the heroine's son is carried off by Indians was reprinted as The Lost Son, An Affecting...
Textual Production Elizabeth B. Lester
Critic Peter Garside , writing in the electronic journal Cardiff Corvey, notes that while the subtitle of The Bachelor and the Married Man links it explicitly with The Balance of Comfort (a novel by...
Textual Production Elizabeth Meeke
The tactic of linking pairs of Gabrielli novels through their titles was one she was to use again. A French translation of The Mysterious Husband followed in 1804. Midnight Weddings said 1802 on its title-page...
Textual Production Margaret Minifie
Bibliographers Peter Garside et al. suggest that this novel may be hers or that of her recently-deceased sister Susannah Gunning .
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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Textual Production Eliza Parsons
Scholar Stephen Jones also attributed to EPThe Wise Ones Bubbled; or, Lovers Triumphant (not listed in OCLC WorldCat or in The English Novel by Garside and others) and Rosetta, 1805.
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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Textual Production Regina Maria Roche
RMR published through the Minerva Press , with her name, a historical novel entitled Trecothick Bower; or, The Lady of the West Country. A Tale; the title-page said 1814.
Bibliographers Deborah McLeod and...
Textual Production Mrs Ross
MR 's six titles published between 1811 and 1816 represent her entire oeuvre since her work has been disentangled by scholar Peter Garside from that of Elizabeth B. Lester . MR was well read, and...
Textual Production Henrietta Sykes
Christopher Simon Sykes , who follows OCLC and other sources in attributing this (and therefore the rest of HS 's published work as well) to a Mrs S. Sykes, supposes that the manuscript of...
Textual Production Harriet Corp
HC , as the author of Cottage Sketches and other works, published another didactic work, Familiar Scenes, Histories, and Reflections.
This work is not mentioned in Garside et al., The English Novel. The...
Textual Production Harriet Corp
HC 's Talents Improved; or, The Philanthopist, now known not to have been her earliest published work, mentions on its title-page her authorship of Interesting Conversations. The Bodleian 's copy (apparently the first...
Textual Production Mrs Showes
She published this work with the Minerva Press . Bibliographer Peter Garside distinguishes MS 's book from another work of the same title published in 1820 under the pseudonym Lady Humdrum, Author of More Works...


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