Standard Name: Hatton, Ann
Birth Name: Ann Julia Kemble
Married Name: Ann Julia Curtis
Married Name: Ann Hatton
Pseudonym: Ann of Swansea
Besides her poems and opera librettos dating from the late eighteenth century,published with the fourteen novels or romances as Ann (or Anne) of Swansea, beginning in 1810. A highly intelligent though not particularly literary or highbrow writer, she reflects in turn almost every style of the period: settings historical and modern, in Wales, Scotland, the Lake District, and Ireland, besides Italy and Germany; historical romance, modern satire, and the emerging silver fork novel. Her theatrical heritage may have helped to produce her fine ear for dialogue.
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Hatton, Ann. Cambrian Pictures. E. Kerby, 1810.
Hatton, Ann. Cesario Rosalba. Minerva, 1819.
Hatton, Ann. Chronicles of an Illustrious House. Minerva, 1816.
Hatton, Ann. Conviction. Minerva, 1814.
Hatton, Ann. Deeds of the Olden Time. A. K. Newman, 1826.
Hatton, Ann. Gerald Fitzgerald. A. K. Newman, 1831.
Hatton, Ann. Gonzalo de Baldivia. Minerva, 1817.
Hatton, Ann. Guilty or Not Guilty, or A Lesson for Husbands, A Tale. A. K. Newman, 1822.
Hatton, Ann. Lovers and Friends. Minerva, 1821.
Hatton, Ann. Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects. Millan and Rae, 1783.
Hatton, Ann. Poetic Trifles. John Bull, 1811.
Hatton, Ann. Secret Avengers. Minerva, 1815.
Hatton, Ann. Secrets in Every Mansion. Minerva, 1818.
Hatton, Ann. Sicilian Mysteries. Colburn, 1812.
Hatton, Ann. Uncle Peregrine’s Heiress. A. K. Newman, 1828.
Hatton, Ann. Woman’s a Riddle. A. K. Newman, 1824.