Eaton Stannard Barrett
Standard Name: Barrett, Eaton Stannard
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A religious note is more frequent in this volume. Women at the Cross and Tomb of the Saviour quotes Eaton Stannard Barrett 's Woman, saying that women were Last at his cross, and earliest...
By June 1810
Eaton Stannard Barrett (famous for his later parody novel The Heroine) entered the field of commentary on gender issues with Woman, A Poem.
The Critical Review published its first welcome to Eaton Stannard Barrett 's famous parody of sentimental novels, The Heroine, or Adventures of the Fair Romance Reader.