Bernard Mandeville

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Standard Name: Mandeville, Bernard

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Jane Marcet
One of the fairy tales (last item in the volume) is The Rich and the Poor. A Fairy Tale, presumably related to her separate publication of the same title, 1851. Its message about the...
Textual Features Catharine Macaulay
Her topics here, all relevant to the escalating American demands for independence, are the declining economy, rising prices, and an oppressive burden of taxes.
Copeland, Edward. Women Writing about Money: Women’s Fiction in England, 1790-1820. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
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She was entering a debate previously carried on among such...
Textual Production Susanna Centlivre
SC may have participated, perhaps with Bernard Mandeville from November 1709, in the thrice-weekly Female Tatler, which ran from 8 July 1709 to 31 March 1710.
Bowyer, John Wilson. The Celebrated Mrs Centlivre. Duke University Press, 1952.
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Timeline

2 April 1705
Bernard Mandeville published The Grumbling Hive (later expanded as The Fable of the Bees).
1709
Bernard Mandeville published The Virgin Unmask'd, a conduct book for women titled to suggest erotic fiction. In fact it takes a proto-feminist tone.
8 July 1709-31 March 1710
The thrice-weekly Female Tatler appeared, an explicitly woman-centred riposte to the condescending or gender-prejudiced element in Richard Steele 's still-new Tatler.
By June 1714
Bernard Mandeville anonymously published The Fable of the Bees: or, Knaves Turn'd Honest.
Later 1723
Bernard Mandeville 's attack on charity schools, An Essay on Charity and Charity Schools, was published in the second edition of his Fable of the Bees.
1724
Under a pseudonym, Bernard Mandeville published A Modest Defence of Public Stews: or, An Essay upon Whoring, as it is now Practis'd in these Kingdoms.
1724
William Law answeredBernard Mandeville in Remarks upon a Late Book, Entituled, The Fable of the Bees, arguing that moral or immoral behaviour is chosen rather than socially conditioned.
1725
William Hendley published A Defence of the Charity-Schools, in response to Bernard Mandeville 's attack in An Essay on Charity and Charity Schools.
1725
Francis Hutcheson published anonymously, in two separate forms, An Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, in two treatises, one on aesthetics (beauty, order, harmony, design) and one...
1759
Adam Smith published with the Scottish firm of Millar, Kincaid and BellThe Theory of Moral Sentiments.