Clifford, James L. Hester Lynch Piozzi (Mrs Thrale). Clarendon Press, 1987.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Grace Elliott|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Brooke|
|Friends, Associates||Hester Lynch Piozzi|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Ann Radcliffe|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Williams|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Julia Young|
|Literary responses||Dorothea Celesia|
|Textual Production||Frances Brooke|
|Textual Production||Frances Burney||
After the triumph of Evelina, FB 's first intention was to write for the stage. She had the encouragement of Richard Brinsley Sheridan , manager of Drury Lane Theatre , and of dramatist Arthur Murphy .
Burney, Frances. The Complete Plays of Frances Burney. Sabor, PeterEditor , William Pickering, 1995.
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|Textual Production||Mary Ann Radcliffe||
By the advice of the writer and lawyer Arthur Murphy , MAR suggested another project to her publisher; but he did not approve it.
Radcliffe, Mary Ann. The Memoirs of Mrs. Mary Ann Radcliffe. Printed for the author, 1810.
Feminist Companion Archive.
|Textual Production||Mary Julia Young||
The poem is dedicated by their sincere admirer, the author, to those, whose dramatic excellence suggested it.
MJY did not claim it with her name until its re-issue with other poems in 1795...
Young, Mary Julia. Genius and Fancy; or, Dramatic Sketches. H. D. Symonds and J. Gray.