Peace, Mary, Emma Clery, and Jennie Batchelor, editors. “Corvey Women Writers on the Web: an Electronic Guide to Literature 1796-1834 (CW3)”. Sheffield Hallam Corvey: The Corvey Project at Sheffield Hallam University.
Standard Name: Beauclerc, Amelia
Birth Name: Amelia Beauclerc
Pseudonym: Emma de Lisle
Pseudonym: The Author of Eva of Cambria
Used Form: Emma De Lisle
Used Form: the author of Montreithe
Used Form: the author of Ora and Juliet
Used Form: the author of The Fugitive Daughter; or, Eva of Cambria
's half-dozen novels, all published within a decade of the early nineteenth century and of oddly varying quality, centre on the theme of bad parenting. Many include travel and several touch the fringes of the French Revolution. They are heavily, sometimes punitively, didactic; their satiric butts include both learned women and unmarried women, as well as inadequate fathers and patriarchs. They are rich in individually riveting scenes and in the questioning of gender assumptions.
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Beauclerc, Amelia. Alinda. B. and R. Crosby, 1812.
Beauclerc, Amelia. Disorder and Order. A. K. Newman, 1820.
Beauclerc, Amelia. Eva of Cambria. A. K. Newman, 1811.
Beauclerc, Amelia. Husband Hunters!!!. A. K. Newman, 1816.
Beauclerc, Amelia. Montreithe. A. K. Newman, 1814.
Beauclerc, Amelia. Ora and Juliet. A. K. Newman, 1811.
Beauclerc, Amelia. The Castle of Tariffa. B. Crosby, 1812.
Beauclerc, Amelia. The Deserter. A. K. Newman, 1817.