John Joseph Stockdale

Standard Name: Stockdale, John Joseph

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Education Harriette Wilson
Later, at school in London, she says she again learned nothing.
Wilson, Harriette. Clara Gazul. J. J. Stockdale, 1830.
introduction
At this school or another she was a fellow-pupil of the future writer Mary Stockdale , whose brother (by then a shrewd commercial...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Stockdale
MS 's brother John Joseph Stockdale , son and nephew of publishers, set up his own publishing firm in the West End of London, at 41 Pall Mall.
Wilson, Frances. The Courtesan’s Revenge. Faber, 2003.
187
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Stockdale
Both of Mary's brothers, John Joseph and William , also went into publishing.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under John Stockdale
Intertextuality and Influence Grace Aguilar
One of her source texts was John Stockdale 's The History of the Inquisition, which like other English books on the topic was more concerned to demonstrate the dangers of Catholicism than the plight...
Publishing Harriette Wilson
HW (or her publisher Stockdale ) expanded her Memoirs into an 8-volume edition, with new material by herself and others, and an index.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing Harriette Wilson
In about 1822 HW composed a work she called Sketches in the Round Room at the Opera House (a kind of dry run for her Memoirs), which depicts her former lovers under disguised names:...
Publishing Harriette Wilson
The most important difference between the Memoirs of Harriette Wilson and their predecessors, the Sketches, was that the Memoirs were to give names in full. The contract between HW and Stockdale stipulated that he...
Publishing Harriette Wilson
A question-mark hangs over HW 's entire authorship of the Memoirs (and of her later publications). In her preface to Clara Gazul she herself says that much in the Memoirs is not authentic, but was...
Publishing Harriette Wilson
She said she wrote it in eight days.
Wilson, Frances. The Courtesan’s Revenge. Faber, 2003.
238
Chawton House Library has a copy of the first edition, available at http://www.chawtonhouse.org/?page_id=55488. A second edition followed the same year and one from the Navarre Society
Publishing Harriette Wilson
HW began, with the first instalment, to issue her Memoirs through John Joseph Stockdale : four volumes followed the more numerous, briefer instalments.
Wilson, Frances. The Courtesan’s Revenge. Faber, 2003.
198
Reception Harriette Wilson
The Memoirs immediately produced extraordinary sensations in fashionable life,
Wilson, Frances. The Courtesan’s Revenge. Faber, 2003.
199
with anguished responses from ex-lovers and moralists, as well as from people in the book trade and people in HW 's own sex trade. Crowds...
Reception Mary Stockdale
About this time MS 's brother printed derogatory comments about her, which did not spare her writing.
Textual Features Mary Stockdale
The autobiography is uninformative and self-approving. A patriotic poem on the king's Jubilee celebrates England as a land of happy peasants, as against the whole countries deluged with the blood of man elsewhere in Europe...
Textual Production Harriette Wilson
Stockdale the publisher, newly released from the Fleet and operating from a new address in St James's Square, issued a scandal series, Stockdale's Budget, which some attributed to HW .
Wilson, Frances. The Courtesan’s Revenge. Faber, 2003.
247
Textual Production Percy Bysshe Shelley
His second work of fiction, St Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian: A Romance (published by John Joseph Stockdale , brother of the poet and miscellaneous writer Mary Stockdale ), presumably appeared in print before 25 March...

Timeline

No timeline events available.