Standard Name: Ken, Thomas
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|Friends, Associates||Anne Finch||
AF enjoyed personal friendships with a number of distinguished men, among them Bishop Thomas Ken . She valued female friendship very highly; women friends figure prominently in her poetry. Lady Catherine Jones , to whom...
|Friends, Associates||Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford||
The young Frances Thynne grew up in a literary ambience. Her early friends included Frances Worsley, later Lady Carteret (who apparently patronised women writers later, when her husband was Viceroy of Ireland). Family friends from...
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Singer Rowe||
ESR enjoyed important friendships from around the age of twenty with Anne Finch, Lady Winchilsea , and Lady Hertford . Finch was twelve years older than ESR , and Hertford twenty-five years younger. They each...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Elizabeth Justice||
She briefly recapiculates details from her previously-described Russian experience: the way she made herself popular with the sailors by getting rum added to their tea; her teaching use of hymns like Awake my soul and...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Anne Ridler||
This contains one of her best-known pieces, For a Child Expected, which begins: Lovers whose lifted hands are candles in winter, and continues through all that our passion would yield / We put to...
By mid-1734, EJ , in debt because of her divorced husband 's failure to pay her maintenance, took a job as governess to the three daughters of Hill Evans , a British merchant who lived...
|Performance of text||Anne Finch|
|Textual Production||Emma Marshall||
After Cowper, EMdid the poet George Herbert in Under Salisbury Spire, in the Days of George Herbert, the Recollections of Magdalene Wydville and the diarist Margaret Hoby in Eventide Light; or, Passages in the...
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