Winegarten, Renee. Mme de Staël. Berg, 1985.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Anne-Thérèse de Lambert|
|Friends, Associates||Anne Dacier|
|Friends, Associates||Françoise de Graffigny|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Germaine de Staël|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Françoise de Graffigny||
Graffigny's novel (often referred to in England as Peruvian Letters) is a tour de force of colonial imagination and a response to her friend Montesquieu 's Lettres Persanes or Persian Letters, 1722. Each...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jemima Kindersley||
JK 's style is plain, vigorous, and effective. She is consistently attentive to the details of women's lives and to the effects of history, politics, race, and religion in the various cultures she visits. Though...
|Occupation||Anne-Thérèse de Lambert|
Historian Karen O'Brien , who expresses regret that the rest of Kindersley's original essays remained unpublished, calls her a notable example of a female disciple of Montesquieu who also appears to have absorbed some elements...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Meeke|
|Textual Production||Jemima Tautphoeus||
She wrote this novel during a long spell of ill health, and felt herself that it was her least successful.
According to her preface, she obtained all her information from her mother-in-law (who lived in...
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Julia Kristeva||
This was originally titled from one of its four sections, an address to the person who founded the French organization SOS Racisme . In a context of the spread of neo-Nazism in Europe (including the...