Feminist Companion Archive.
Standard Name: Bowdler, Thomas,, 1754 - 1825
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Henrietta Maria Bowdler|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Margaretta Larpent|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Susan Ferrier||
The Inheritance opens with what sounds like an allusion to Jane Austen : It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that there is no passion so deeply rooted in human nature as that of pride.
Cullinan, Mary. Susan Ferrier. Twayne, 1984.
|Author summary||Henrietta Maria Bowdler|
Its full title is An English-Saxon Homily on the Birthday of St. Gregory , Anciently used in the English-Saxon Church. Giving an Account of the Conversion of the English from Paganism to Christianity. It...
|Textual Features||Elizabeth Griffith|
|Textual Features||Muriel Jaeger|
|Textual Production||Henrietta Maria Bowdler||
This was chronologically well ahead of her brother Thomas 's more complete and more famous expurgated edition (ten volumes, thirty-six plays, 1818). His edition takes the text of HMB 's twenty plays from hers. Most...
|Travel||Henrietta Maria Bowdler||
In December 1802 (and no doubt on other occasions) HMB visited her brother Thomas at St Boniface, Isle of Wight.
Piozzi, Hester Lynch. The Piozzi Letters. Bloom, Edward A. and Lillian D. BloomEditors , University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses, 2002.
Around late February 1742
A woman named Margaret Ogle published, with her name, two versesatires on Walpole's fall from power: Mordecai Triumphant, or, the Fall of Haman prime minister of state to King Ahasuerus: an heroic poem and The...