Fulke Greville

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Standard Name: Greville, Fulke,, 1717 - 1806

Connections

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Publishing Sarah Dixon
SD reveals her gender in her preface merely by her use of pronouns. Her motive for publishing was a dire need of money. An unnamed benefactor in her family supplied the need, but she decided...
Publishing Elizabeth Moody
EM sent the Monthly editor, Ralph Griffiths , a satirical ballad, The Distemper'd Muse, A Poem Address'd to F[ulke] G[reville] Esq., after Greville had vilified the magazine in print.
Rizzo, Betty. “’Downing Everybody’: Johnson and the Grevilles”. The Age of Johnson, edited by Paul J. Korshin and Jack Lynch, AMS Press, pp. 17 -46.
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Timeline

1756 or 1757
Frances Greville , in Italy with her family some months after the death of her eldest son (aged around six), composed a poem which became a landmark text, the Ode to [or Prayer for] Indifference.