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Standard Name: Reeve, Clara
Birth Name: Clara Reeve
Pseudonym: C. R.
Pseudonym: C. R--ve
, late-eighteenth-century novelist, wrote both gothic and contemporary novels (the first being her best known), as well as poetry and a pioneer work of serious criticism about the novel form. At the end of her life she reckoned her published output at twenty-one volumes, not counting pamphlets.
Reeve, Clara. Destination: or, Memoirs of a Private Family. T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1799.
Reeve, Clara. Edwin, King of Northumberland: a story of the seventh century. Vernor and Hood, and J. Harris, 1802.
Trainer, James, and Clara Reeve. “Introduction”. The Old English Baron, Oxford University Press, 1977.
Reeve, Clara. Memoirs of Sir Roger de Clarendon. T. Hookham and J. Carpenter, 1793.
Reeve, Clara. Original Poems on Several Occasions. W. Harris, 1769.
Reeve, Clara. Plans of Education; with Remarks on the Systems of other Writers. T. Hookham and J. Carpenter, 1792.
Reeve, Clara. The Champion of Virtue. Printed for the author, 1777.
Reeve, Clara. The Exiles; or, Memoirs of the Count de Cronstadt. T. Hookham, 1788.
Reeve, Clara. The Old English Baron. E. and C. Dilly, 1778.
Reeve, Clara. The Old English Baron. Editor Trainer, James, Oxford University Press, 1977.
Barclay, John. The Phoenix; or, The History of Polyarchus and Argenis. Translator Reeve, Clara, Vol.
4 vols., John Bell, 1772.
Reeve, Clara. The Progress of Romance through Times, Countries, and Manners. Printed for the author, 1785.
Reeve, Clara. The Progress of Romance, through Times, Countries, and Manners. The Facsimile Text Society, 1930.
Reeve, Clara. The School for Widows. T. Hookham, 1791.
Reeve, Clara. The Two Mentors. Charles Dilly, 1783.