Kelly, Gary. Women, Writing, and Revolution 1790-1827. Clarendon, 1993.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anne Plumptre|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Hays|
|Friends, Associates||Ann Jebb|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Lamb|
|Friends, Associates||Maria De Fleury||
MDF clearly enjoyed close and amicable relations with a large circle centred on the congregation to which she belonged. One particular friend, whom she calls Miranda, was of special importance to her. In the Oxford...
|Friends, Associates||Ann Batten Cristall||
ABC may have met the poet George Dyer through her brother; Dyer visited at Joshua's London lodgings and had a platonic affection for Elizabeth Cristall, who was living with her brother around 1795.
Roget, John Lewis. A History of the Old Water-Colour Society. Longmans, Green, 1891.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Ann Batten Cristall|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Hays||
Among the book's contents are poems and fiction (including dream visions and an Oriental tale. Titles like Cleora, or the Misery Attending Unsuitable Connections and Josepha, or pernicious Effects of early Indulgence foreground Hays's didactic...
|Literary responses||Ann Batten Cristall||
The Critical Review discerned in the collection considerable merit and the hand of genius: so much so that it felt it safe to overlook a few blemishes (though it mentioned some for the sake...
|Literary responses||Mary Hays||
William Frend had read the work in manuscript and been much pleased, though he took the liberty of suggesting a few revisions.
Reviewers linked MH with Wollstonecraft, with results more often hostile than...
Hays, Mary. The Correspondence (1779-1843) of Mary Hays, British Novelist. Brooks, MarilynEditor , Edwin Mellen, 2004.
|Literary responses||Ann Jebb|
|Literary responses||Helen Maria Williams||
Not content with disagreeing with HMW over the value and the cost of revolutionary change, the Critical and others, such as the English Review, explicitly linked this work's perceived faults with its author's gender....
|Publishing||Ann Batten Cristall|
|Textual Production||Ann Batten Cristall|
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