Lucy Peacock

Standard Name: Peacock, Lucy

Connections

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Education Mary Cowden Clarke
MCC later remembered her responsibility, when very young, of escorting her two next younger brothers to their school.
Clarke, Mary Cowden. My Long Life. Dodd, Mead, 1896.
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Unlike them, she began her education at home. She writes fondly about the rich array of...
Intertextuality and Influence Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis
SFG 's importance to the influential Mary Wollstonecraft can be gauged from the way that Wollstonecraft used and built on her writings, recommended them, measured others by their standard, and also did not hesitate to...
Textual Features Sarah Trimmer
In addition to Catharine Cappe 's work on Sunday schools and versions of fairy stories by Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy , the magazine reviewed work by a whole library of didactic, pedagogical, or improving writers, reprinted as...

Timeline

1796
Children's writerLucy Peacock published Ambrose and Eleanor. Or, The Adventures of Two Children Deserted on an Uninhabited Island, translated and adapted from Ducray-Duménil 's Fanfan et Lolotte, 1788 (sometimes called Lolotte et Fanfan).
Rønning, Anne Birgitte. “Originality in Adaptation: Lucy Peacock’s Ambrose and Eleanor”. The Female Spectator, No. 4, p. 6.