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Standard Name: Fergus, Jan
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger||
Her mother was Mary (Long).
Elizabeth was left some money by maternal relatives in about 1779.
This information was privately supplied by scholar Jan Fergus .
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
|Literary responses||Ann Masterman Skinn||
The Critical Review dismissed the novel as nauseous and insipid, and the heroine as so inconsistent as to be incredible; its only reason for noticing it at all was to deter AMS from further publication...
LMH tells a romantic story in her memoirs about this series of novels. A lady (still alive in 1824, resident near Windsor) admired them so warmly that she vainly badgered the kind, generous, worthy...
|Textual Features||Laetitia-Matilda Hawkins||
The disparate novels in the group recently and convincingly ascribed to LMH by scholar Jan Fergus have in common a strong element of attention to gender issues. The plots blend the unusually convincing with the...
|Textual Production||Laetitia-Matilda Hawkins|
|Textual Production||Eliza Kirkham Mathews||
A series of novels—beginning with Constance, 1785 (published as by a young lady when the future EKM was about thirteen), and continuing, with each title linked backwards to others in the series, to The...
|Textual Production||Mary Robinson|
|Textual Production||Jane Austen|
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