William Bond

Standard Name: Bond, William
Used Form: Strephon

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Martha Fowke
Her writings present herself as erotically involved with other writers. According to scholar Phyllis Guskin, she had an intense affair with Nicholas Hope , a married lawyer from Barbados who also wrote poetry, not long...
Publishing Martha Fowke
A second edition of MF 's and William Bond 's The Epistles of Clio and Strephon was published by Edmund Curll .
Monthly Catalogue, 1723-1730. Gregg Press.
Foxon, David F. English Verse 1701-1750. Cambridge University Press, 1975.
Baines, Paul, and Pat Rogers. Edmund Curll, Bookseller. Clarendon Press, 2007.
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Reception Martha Fowke
This notice compared Fowke to her advantage with both Orinda and Astrea (Katherine Philips and Aphra Behn ), and added: When Love's thy Theme, no low Desire appears, / Chaste are thy Sighs, seraphick...
Textual Production Martha Fowke
MF may have done some writing for The Plain Dealer, which was run and edited by her two friends or lovers: Hill and Bond .
Fowke, Martha. “Introduction”. Clio, edited by Phyllis J. Guskin, University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses, 1997, pp. 15 -0.
34
Brewster, Dorothy. Aaron Hill, Poet, Dramatist, Projector. Columbia University Press, 1913.
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Textual Production Martha Fowke
The pseudonymous The Epistles of Clio and Strephon (i.e. MF and William Bond ) appeared in print, containing letters punctuated by poems.
Foxon, David F. English Verse 1701-1750. Cambridge University Press, 1975.
Fowke, Martha. “Introduction”. Clio, edited by Phyllis J. Guskin, University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses, 1997, pp. 15 -0.
15, 44n2
Travel Martha Fowke
During her correspondence with William Bond she claimed to be living mostly in France, near Paris.
Fowke, Martha, and William Bond. The Epistles of Clio and Strephon. J. Hooke, 1720.
107
This might, however, be fiction. She later had a country retreat at Fulham, near London.
Lonsdale, Roger, editor. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets. Oxford University Press, 1990.
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Timeline

19 May 1720
A New Miscellany, edited by Anthony Hammond , included work by Pope , Prior , William Bond , George Sewell , Susanna Centlivre , Delarivier Manley , Eliza Haywood , Martha Fowke , and Lady Mary Wortley Montagu .