Eden, Anthony, and Emily Eden. “Introduction”. Two Novels, Victor Gollancz, 1969, pp. 7 - 20.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Emily Eden|
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Inchbald||
Response to the play was divided on party political lines. It was attacked in the pro-Pitt , anti-revolutionary True Briton, which found it too liberal politically, alleging (with no regard to the trustworthiness...
AS was at first a strong supporter of the cause of American independence. Her Monody on Major André reflects disillusion with the colonists following their treaty with France, which seemed to her to negate or...
In early 1793 she was a defender of Fox and an opponent of Pitt 's war policy. In 1806 she had hopes for Fox's ministry: more that they would take steps towards peace with France...
|Publishing||Germaine de Staël||
The first edition of GS 's Réflexions sur la paix: adressées à Mr. Pitt et aux françois was published anonymously; a later edition appeared in Geneva, Switzerland.
Lonchamp, Frédéric-Charles. L’Œuvre Imprimé de Madame Germaine de Staël. Suisse, 1949.
Winegarten, Renee. Mme de Staël. Berg, 1985.
|Reception||Helen Maria Williams||
The Monthly Review in 1827 claimed that she was forgotten; in the 1930s, even after Woodward 's monograph of 1930, her works were flagged as unreliable and ignorant.
Growing interest in the female side...
Duckling, Louise. “From Liberty to Lechery: Performance, Reputation and the ’Marvellous Story’ of Helen Maria Williams”. Women’s Writing, No. 1, pp. 74 -92.
|Reception||Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan||
This novel was rumoured to have been the last book that amused the hours of illness of the late Mr Pitt .
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
3d ser. 9 (1806): 327-8
|Textual Features||Eglinton Wallace||
This three-paragraph address is headed with the royal arms. It was written for the presentation of the colours to this corps, which happily was made on the birthday of William Pitt , Lord Marshall of...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach||
EMA retained her talent for brightening the social round with verse. In late autumn 1792, having experienced the cold shoulder meted out by London high society to sexual nonconformists like herself and her second husband...
|Textual Production||Eliza Parsons|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Anna Jane Vardill|