Susan Wiseman

Standard Name: Wiseman, Susan


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Anthologization Margaret Cavendish
This is included in Women's Political Writings 1610-1725, edited by Hilda L. Smith , Mihoko Suzuki , and Susan Wiseman , 2007.
Anthologization Lady Anne Clifford
LAC was helped with her literary labours by several scribes, notably one Edward Langley . Of the four copies which she dictated and kept at various of her residences, one survives, corrected by herself: in...
death Hannah Allen
It is not known when or where HA (as Mrs Hatt) died, presumably some time after 1685 but not later than the early eighteenth century, since (as scholar Susan Wiseman points out) by the time...
Literary responses Elizabeth Delaval
The antiquarian H. H. E. Craster first described this volume in the early twentieth century in an address to a Newcastle meeting of his fellow specialists, but this did not produce any interest in literary...
Literary responses Anne Halkett
Editor John Loftis finds AH 's to be one of the best and most sensitively written of seventeenth-century autobiographies in English.
Bampfield, Joseph. Colonel Joseph Bampfield’s Apology. Editors Loftis, John and Paul H. Hardacre, Bucknell University Press.
Recent interest in her is reflected in several books and articles, among them...
Literary responses Katherine Chidley
To Edwards the fact of being answered by a woman was an insult: the ODNB quotes the remark that it was a spetting in his face.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Edwards
In his reply he calls her an...
Material Conditions of Writing Anne Halkett
Literary historian Susan Wiseman points out that at this time, not long after AH 's husband's death, the controversy which led to the notorious Popish Plot was already swirling around the future James II, and...
Textual Production Elizabeth Delaval
The massive, handsome, handwritten volume of her writing now in the Bodleian Library (MS Rawl. D 78) is evidently a fair copy she compiled years later (as an occupation, she said, for the self-mortifying...


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Wiseman, Susan. “’The Most Considerable of My Troubles’: Anne Halkett and the Writing of Civil War Conspiracy”. Women Writing 1550-1750, edited by Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman, English Program, School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University, 2001, pp. 25-45.
Wiseman, Susan. “Elizabeth Delaval’s <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Memoirs and Meditations</span>: Textual Transmission and Jacobite Context”. Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 68-92.
Rumbold, Valerie. “The Jacobite vision of Mary Caesar”. Women, Writing, History, 1640-1740, edited by Isobel Grundy and Susan Wiseman, Batsford, 1992, pp. 178-98.
Grundy, Isobel. “Women’s History? Writings by English Nuns”. Women, Writing, History 1640-1740, edited by Isobel Grundy and Susan Wiseman, Batsford and University of Georgia Press, 1992, pp. 126-38.