Rowden, Frances Arabella. A Poetical Introduction to the Study of Botany. T. Bensley, 1801.
Standard Name: Polwhele, Richard
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|Friends, Associates||Catharine Macaulay|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Frances Arabella Rowden|
|Literary responses||Susannah Dobson|
|Literary responses||Mary Hays||
This time most reviews were respectful: the Analytical of course, the Monthly (in which William Taylor noted that the novel was a cut above the common run, with serious and unusual moral teaching to impart)...
|Literary responses||Mary Wollstonecraft||
The Vindication provoked a storm of comment and replies, in reviews (the Monthly was respectful both of her project and its execution, but the Critical, though its review was long and detailed, was scathingly...
|Other Life Event||Mary Wollstonecraft||
Richard Polwhele 's The Unsex'd Females, an attack on her and the community and ideals which she represented, followed within the year.