Susannah Taylor

Standard Name: Taylor, Susannah


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Family and Intimate relationships Lucie Duff Gordon
LDG endeavoured to be prepared for the arrival of her child; she purportedly continued reading Rousseau 's Émile (a treatise on education which devotes almost all of its attention to boys) until well into her...
Family and Intimate relationships Sarah Austin
SA 's mother, Susannah Taylor (née Cook) , possessed the pen of a ready writer,
Ross, Janet. Three Generations of Englishwomen. John Murray.
particularly of letters, and was known for both her beauty and talent.
Commire, Anne, and Deborah Klezmer, editors. Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia. Yorkin Publications.
She was an earnest woman with...
Friends, Associates Amelia Opie
AO 's friendship with Anne and Annabella Plumptre (daughters of Robert Plumptre , Prebend of Norwich, both of whom grew up to be writers) dated from their shared childhood.
Plumptre, Anne. “Introduction”. Something New, edited by Deborah McLeod, Broadview, p. vii - xxix.
xxvi, ix-x
Her friendship with the...
Friends, Associates Amelia Opie
In London she met many artists, writers, and politically active reformists: as well as Godwin , she met Elizabeth Inchbald , Mary Wollstonecraft (who impressed her deeply, and trusted her enough to confide her plans...
Friends, Associates Anne Plumptre
Their friends included Eliza Fenwick , Helen Maria Williams , Susannah Taylor , Mary Hays , Amelia Opie , Thomas Holcroft , John Thelwall , and other radicals. AP supported Thelwall's local electioneering, and Ann Jebb
Friends, Associates Lucy Aikin
The Rev. Dr Samuel Cooper (husband of the novelist Maria Susanna Cooper ) also knew LA when she was a girl. He thought her very intelligent and preferred to talk to her at a party...
Friends, Associates Anna Letitia Barbauld
Pupils who acknowledged her influence included Thomas Denman , who later drafted the 1832 Reform Act. Friends from this period of her life included Susannah Taylor (mother of the translator and editor Sarah Austin ).
McCarthy, William. Anna Letitia Barbauld, Voice of the Enlightenment. The Johns Hopkins University Press.
x, 231
Instructor Amelia Opie
AO is said to have had little formal education. She was, however, trained in charitable activity on the one hand, and on the other she learned French and was encouraged in her literary interests and...
Textual Production Anne Thackeray Ritchie
She ranges through much of literary history, paying attention to figures such as Anna Seward and Mrs John Taylor (mother of Sarah Austin ) as well as men like Charles Dickens . Among her non-literary...
Textual Production Sarah Austin
Janet Ross , SA 's grand-daughter, published Three Generations of Englishwomen: Memoirs and Correspondence of Mrs. John Taylor , Mrs. Sarah Austin , and Lady Duff Gordon.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
3190 (1888): 805
Wealth and Poverty Anne Plumptre
In her will (witnessed by John and Susannah Taylor of Norwich), AP left everything to her brother Robert, a barrister.
Plumptre, Anne. “Introduction”. Something New, edited by Deborah McLeod, Broadview, p. vii - xxix.


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