Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach
Standard Name: Anspach, Elizabeth,,, Margravine of
Birth Name: Lady Elizabeth Berkeley
Used Form: Lady Craven
Used Form: Lady Elizabeth Craven
Used Form: Elizabeth Berkeley Craven, Margravine of Anspach
Used Form: Elizabeth, Baroness Craven
Used Form: Elizabeth, Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Bayreuth
Used Form: Princess Berkeley
As Lady Craven in the late eighteenth century,, wrote plays in many genres (from comedy, tragedy, and farce, through pastoral to opera and pantomime), as well as poetry and an unusual novel. Some of this work was published; many of the plays were performed in private theatres, and a few publicly. After she had crossed the frontier of respectability and lived with her second husband, a foreign nobleman, before marrying him, she published collections of travel letters and a supplementary memoir.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. “Introduction”. The Beautiful Lady Craven, edited by Lewis Saul Benjamin and Alexander Meyrick Broadley, Bodley Head, 1914, p. i - cxxxviii.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. Journey through the Crimea to Constantinople. G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1789.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. Memoirs of the Margravine of Anspach. Henry Colburn, 1826.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. Modern Anecdote of the Ancient Family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns. 1779.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. The Beautiful Lady Craven. Editors Saul, Benjamin Lewis and Alexander Meyrick Broadley, John Lane, 1914.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. The Miniature Picture. G. Riley, 1781.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. The Soldier of Dierenstein. J. White, 1802.