Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
University of Illinois
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Laura Reichenthal (later LR ) was educated at Cornell University , where there was then only one female faculty member outside the Department of Home Economics, and where she held three scholarships. She went on...
FOC at last began to count herself a writer after The Geranium, a story in which she transferred her own homesickness as a student to a fictitious old man in totally different circumstances, was...
In the same year she was invited to be a Visiting Professor at USn universities including Pennsylvania State University , the University of California at Los Angeles , and the University of Illinois at...
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Many of AR 's papers are in family hands. Her letters to Wells are at the University of Illinois , and the Women's Library holds the text of two interviews with her.
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An Expostulatory Epistle to Sir Richard Steele upon the Death of Mr. Addison, published in February 1720 by a Lady, is attributed to ESR in a contemporary note on the title-page of a...
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Bibliographer David Foxon assigns this poem to Elizabeth Singer Rowe , whose name was written on to the title-page by a contemporary reader of a copy now at the University of Illinois , Urbana...
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It seems that LH wrote this book in November 1787, at a time when she was probably ill, since she had a premonition of her own death. It was deposited in the parish chest (where...
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