Standard Name: Damer, Anne
Birth Name: Anne Seymour Conway
Married Name: Anne Damer
AD , who won high critical praise as a sculptor, also wrote poetry and kept journals. She left one definitely and one possibly identified novels, and a series of linked fictional pieces, all published in the early nineteenth century.
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|Family and Intimate relationships
|Lady Charlotte Bury
Another first cousin was novelist and sculptor Anne Damer .
|Performance of text
JB wrote an epilogue to a play by Anne Damer , which was spoken by Damer at a performance of her work at Strawberry Hill.
Baillie, Joanna. “Editorial Materials”. The Collected Letters of Joanna Baillie, edited by Judith Bailey Slagle, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. ix - xiv, 1.
The advertisement for the book in print, like the pre-notification, was carried by Jopson's Coventry Mercury. The volume was dedicated to the dramatist Bertie Greatheed . It was issued in two forms: ordinary copies...
She gave her name as Mrs. Parsons on the title-page and signed the dedication with both her names.
A title-page epigraph reads: Brutus said Virtue was but a name—tis more. ....
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
|Regina Maria Roche
|Helen Maria Williams
This novel, begun with the declared aim of warning young women against elopement, sets out to examine the ingredients, both moral and economic, of happy and unhappy marriages. SF sees her topic as useful for...
|Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
All the mock eclogues (written, like most of Montagu's more ambitious poetry, in heroic couplets with the occasional triplet) target actual individuals and refer to events which were gossip of the day. Monday, Wednesday...
A prologue complains that true comedy is being driven from the stage by farce and slapstick. The plot turns on the manoevres by which the despicable Fancourt seeks to swindle a provincial worthy, Sir Robert...
|Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire
The Sylph of the title is the secret, unidentified adviser of the heroine, Julia, Lady Stanley (who before her marriage was a naive country girl), during her not always successful struggles to live morally amid...
The editor of the first, lavishly-produced edition of this history recommended it particularly to female readers, as more entertaining than most novels. He also silently cut from it about 9,000 words, besides tinkering with the...
|Mary Seymour Montague
It is likely though not absolutely certain that the author was really female. Her pseudonym suggests Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (who had died nine years earlier, and whom this poem praises as the only woman...
Damer, Anne. Belmour. Joseph Johnson, 1801.
Damer, Anne. Journal of the Heart. Editor Bury, Lady Charlotte, H. Colburn, 1830.
Damer, Anne. Letters of Miss Riversdale. Joseph Johnson, 1803.