Fletcher, Loraine. Charlotte Smith: A Critical Biography. Macmillan, 1998.
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It was published by Simpkin and Marshall , dedicated to Eliza Fenwick in these words: While the Atlantic rolls between us, allow me, dear friend, to gratify my feelings, by addressing to you this little...
FH 's upbringing was purposely and radically progressive. Eliza Fenwick 's intention of bringing her own children up without belief in God was shaken when she found herself disgusted & shocked at the blind, coarse...
|Friends, Associates||Mary Robinson|
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Smith|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Hays||
This was her most formative and most famous friendship. She had approached Wollstonecraft after the latter published Vindication of the Rights of Woman early that same year. Wollstonecraft proved a valuable professional mentor. Another relationship...
|Friends, Associates||Mary Wollstonecraft|
|Friends, Associates||Thomas Holcroft|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Lamb|
|Friends, Associates||Eliza Parsons||
Evidence of friendship between these two novelists is interesting because Parsons was a model of respectability while association with Robinson could potentially damage another woman's reputation. At this date Robinson (who had only another five...
|Friends, Associates||Joanna Baillie|
|Friends, Associates||Annabella Plumptre|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
|Friends, Associates||Anne Plumptre|