Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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|Literary responses||Mary Brunton||
Brunton's English publisher, Longman , registered in the year of publication that the book was in great demand and very much admired on the whole, though some complain of the later part of the work...
|Literary responses||Stella Gibbons|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Frances Arabella Rowden|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Elizabeth Pipe Wolferstan|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Mary Robinson||
MR (in the month before her death) published through both Longman and the Bristol firm of Cottle , Lyrical Tales.
Scholar Jonathan Wordsworth dates this publication 18 December, only eight days before the poet's death.
Wordsworth, Jonathan. The Bright Work Grows: Women Writers of the Romantic Age. Woodstock Books, 1997.
Robinson, Mary. “Introduction”. Mary Robinson: Selected Poems, edited by Judith Pascoe, Broadview, 2000, pp. 19 -64.
Robinson, Mary. “Introduction”. Perdita: The Memoirs of Mary Robinson, edited by Moses Joseph Levy, Peter Owen, 1994.
Labbe, Jacqueline M. “Deflected Violence and Dream-Visions in Mary Robinson’s ‘Lyrical Tales’”. European Romantic Review, No. 2, pp. 163 - 74.
She wrote this novel while living in London.
In her preface to the first edition (now extremely rare)
Porter, Jane. The Scottish Chiefs. Derby and Jackson, 1856.
she wrote that she had made no hesitation to accept truth as the helpmate of...
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|Publishing||Elizabeth B. Lester|