Dionysius Lardner

Standard Name: Lardner, Dionysius


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Cultural formation Dion Boucicault
It is generally accepted that his actual father was not Samuel Boursiquot but the science-writer Dionysius Lardner , after whom he was named and who supported him during his youth.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder.
Family and Intimate relationships Muriel Box
One of Gardiner's great-grandfathers was the Victorian author Dionysius Lardner , who extramaritally fathered Dionysius Lardner Boursiquot, better known as playwright Dion Boucicault . His family had strong links with the theatre.
Box, Muriel. Odd Woman Out. Leslie Frewin.
Box, Muriel. Rebel Advocate. Victor Gollancz.
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Intertextuality and Influence Jane Marcet
The influence of this book was far-reaching. John Lienhard traces it through works by J. L. Comstock (himself an editor of Marcet, whose books shap[ed] America), and Dionysius Lardner (who in turn influenced the...
Literary responses Sarah Austin
Editor Dionysius Lardner had great confidence in [her] ability and zeal
Hamburger, Lotte, and Joseph Hamburger. Troubled Lives: John and Sarah Austin. University of Toronto Press.
as a translator who made French and German literature and thought accessible to the English; he called her our best living translator.
Hamburger, Lotte, and Joseph Hamburger. Troubled Lives: John and Sarah Austin. University of Toronto Press.
Publishing Mary Shelley
MS contributed anonymously to the first four numbers of the Monthly Chronicle, one of whose founders was Dionysius Lardner .
Crook, Nora. “Sleuthing towards a Mary Shelley Canon”. Women’s Writing, Vol.
, No. 3, pp. 413-24.
Textual Production Mary Shelley
A new volume appeared in Dionysius Lardner 's Cabinet Cyclopædia of Biography, 1829-49: written by MS , it was followed by further volumes from her pen.
Shelley, Mary. “Introduction”. Lodore, edited by Lisa Vargo, Broadview, pp. 9-45.


3 March 1838: The first issue of The Monthly Chronicle:...

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3 March 1838

The first issue of The Monthly Chronicle: A National Journal of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art was published.


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