Clifford, James L. Hester Lynch Piozzi (Mrs Thrale). Clarendon Press, 1987.
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|Anthologization||Hester Lynch Piozzi|
|Friends, Associates||Leah Sumbel|
|Literary responses||Charlotte Dacre||
Byron disparaged what he judged to be Rosa's absurd and incomprehensible prose in masquerade
in English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, published in March 1809, linking her to the Della Cruscans . She...
Dacre, Charlotte. “Introduction”. Zofloya; or, The Moor, edited by Kim Ian Michasiw, Oxford University Press, 1997, p. vii - xxx.
|Literary responses||Mary Robinson||
The presence of the prince as subscriber enforced the link between this volume and MR 's past scandalous career. The Gentleman's Magazine emphasised her beauty and former social prominence, in the course of summarising judgements...
|Literary responses||Anna Seward||
The Critical Review responded with high praise both of AS (The real lovers of poetry have often lamented that the Muse of Miss Seward should have been so silent)
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2d ser. 17 (1796):154
|Performance of text||Hester Lynch Piozzi|
|Textual Production||Leah Sumbel||
It is often said (for instance by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography) that Topham's main aim in this venture was to boost her career. The World was known for featuring personal attacks on...