Fleeman, John David, and James McLaverty. A Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson. Clarendon Press.
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RR published with her name and reference to her earlier translations. A Dublin edition, in two volumes like the London one, followed the same year: Letters written by a Peruvian Princess, published by
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This volume opens with The Plan of a School, and then, continuing a story-line from volume one, with Mrs Wheatley's demanding of Miss Le Maine how she can use rouge and plume herself on...
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She learns to condemn her parents' treatment of her when she boards in a family who deliberately favour the ugly, deformed one of their young twins, to redress the balance. She feels a great relief...
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It was frequently adapted and recycled. A French translation by Pierre Antoine de La Place , 1745, sentimentalises the story, provides a happy ending, and adds the Histoire d'Imoinda. As a prose narrative Oroonoko...
John Hawkesworth , having seen in manuscript MS 's poem on Oeconomy, was sufficiently impressed to print it, anonymously, in the Gentleman's Magazine.
Gentleman’s Magazine. Various publishers.
33 (1763): 558-9
Lonsdale, Roger, editor. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets. Oxford University Press.
CT almost certainly contributed the larger part of number 27 of John Hawkesworth 's periodical The Adventurer, which takes the form of a letter from Night.
Fairer, David. “Authorship Problems in <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘j’>The Adventurer</span>”;. Review of English Studies, Vol.
n.s. 25, No. 98, pp. 137-51.
Hawkesworth, John, editor. The Adventurer. C. Hitch and L. Hawes, A. Millar, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, and 4 others.
JW contributed an essay (unsigned, as was customary) to John Hawkesworth 's Adventurer: number 87.
Reid, Hugh. “Jenny: The Fourth Warton”. Notes and Queries, Vol.
continuous series 231, No. 1, pp. 84-92.
The book had gone to press in June 1757.
The original press run of 1,018 copies had to be supplemented with a further 250. First of several more editions was the Dublin one of the...
Feminist Companion Archive.
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Hester Mulso (later HMC ) contributed The Story of Fidelia to John Hawkesworth 's The Adventurer; it appeared as numbers 77-79, by Y.
Myers, Sylvia Harcstark. The Bluestocking Circle: Women, Friendship, and the Life of the Mind in Eighteenth-Century England. Clarendon.
Johnson, Samuel. The Idler; and, The Adventurer. Editors Bate, Walter Jackson et al., Yale University Press.
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She heads her novel with a prefatory letter to the Rev. William Johnstone , who, she says, has asked why she chooses to write fiction and not moral essays. She answers that novels offer opportunities...