Feminist Companion Archive.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Education||Elizabeth Stuart Phelps|
|Friends, Associates||Anne Grant|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Lamb|
|Friends, Associates||Catherine Crowe|
|Literary responses||Laetitia-Matilda Hawkins||
This work was ridiculed on its publication by Thomas De Quincey .
|Literary responses||Ann Radcliffe||
Anna Seward , in letters which were to be published in AR 's lifetime, mixed her praise of her gothic oeuvre with some trenchant criticism.
Nathan Drake called Radcliffe the Shakespeare of Romance Writers...
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press.
The death of such a revered character produced an instant backlash. Thomas de Quincey (who had visited HM unwillingly as a young man) attacked both her literary works and her character in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine...
On 4 July 1846, two anonymous reviews appeared of Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell: one mildly positive by Sydney Dobell in the Athenæum, and one enthusiastic in the Critic.
Barker, Juliet. The Brontës. St Martin’s Press.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Vernon Lee||
This collection of essays, written at various times from about thirty years before its publication, constitutes a more thorough and effective study of psychological aesthetics than those undertaken by Lee and Kit Anstruther-Thomson on visual...
In her years growing up, SC frequently visited the William WordsworthWordsworth family at Rydal Mount.
Her father's home was frequented by notable guests including Francis Jeffrey , Thomas De Quincey , Charles Lamb ,...
Mudge, Bradford Keyes, and Sara Coleridge. Sara Coleridge, a Victorian Daughter: Her Life and Essays. Yale University Press.
April 1817: The first issue of Blackwood's Edinburgh...
Writing climate item
By July 1822: Thomas De Quincey published Confessions of...
Writing climate item
By July 1822
Thomas De Quincey published Confessions of an English Opium Eater in book form, following its serialization in the London Magazine the previous year.
De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. Editor Lindop, Grevel, Oxford University Press, 1985.