Black, Helen C. Notable Women Authors of the Day. D. Bryce.
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By tradition this is reckoned to have been his fifty-second birthday. It is also the day on which Miguel de Cervantes died. The concatenation of these dates prompted the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
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|Intertextuality and Influence||Aphra Behn||
The opening scene introduces two unmarried lovers who have obviously only just got out of bed. Characters refer with off-hand frankness to sex between men and boys. The subplot comes from Cervantes .
Todd, Janet. The Secret Life of Aphra Behn. Rutgers University Press.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Loudon||
In prose the opening tale, Julia de Clifford, presents a well-meaning but thoughtless and impulsive heroine who progresses from dressing up as a ghost to scare the servants, to plunging her lover into despair...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Davys|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Susan Smythies|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Tabitha Tenney||
The minor characters in the story include Dorcasina's maid, Betty Boyd, the Sancho Panza to her QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes , who is stereotypically quick-witted and ingenious but naive, often uncomprehending but often, too, bailing her mistress out...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Sarah Green|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Eliza Haywood||
Bibliographer Patrick Spedding called EH 's translation close and accurate apart from a consistent heightening of style, stepping up the emotional voltage.
Aleksondra Hultquist , however, argued that Haywood's alterations to her source are...
Spedding, Patrick. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto.
|Literary responses||Charlotte Lennox||
In Fielding's detailed comparison of the novel with Don Quixote, Lennox emerges superior to Cervantes in morality, probability, and character-drawing, though Cervantes is superior in other ways. This enthusiastic review was widely reprinted.
Catto, Susan J. Modest Ambition: The Influence of Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, and the Ideal of Female Diffidence on Sarah Fielding, Charlotte Lennox, and Frances Brooke. University of Oxford.
|Textual Features||Alethea Lewis||
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...
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