Margaretta Faugeres

Standard Name: Faugeres, Margaretta

Connections

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Dedications Ann Hatton
AH published with A. K. NewmanWoman's a Riddle. A Romantic Tale, dedicated to the American writer Margaretta Faugeres in fond remembrance of the time they had spent together in the USA.
Garside, Peter, James Raven, and Rainer Schöwerling, editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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Family and Intimate relationships Ann Eliza Bleecker
Poet AEB bore her daughter Margaretta Van Wyck Bleecker , who later, as Margaretta Faugeres, also became a notable writer.
“FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service”. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Harris, Sharon M., editor. Women’s Early American Historical Narratives. Penguin, 2003.
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Friends, Associates Ann Hatton
AH was to look back fondly on time spent with American writer Margaretta Faugeres in a clematis-covered cottage on the banks of the Hudson.
Hatton, Ann. Woman’s a Riddle. A. K. Newman, 1824.
prelims
She was also a friend of Jane Porter ...
Publishing Ann Eliza Bleecker
A series of AEB 's poems appeared posthumously in the New-York Magazine, through the agency of her daughter, Margaretta Faugeres .
Garraty, John A., and Mark C. Carnes, editors. American National Biography. Oxford University Press, 1999.
Textual Features Ann Eliza Bleecker
This love-story of German immigrants, like AEB 's other long fiction, carries an anti-war message: Henry's sentimentally-treated love for Anne makes him prefer back-breaking rural labour to going into the army. The last four paragraphs...
Textual Production Ann Eliza Bleecker
The Posthumous Works of Ann Eliza Bleecker in Prose and Verse were published, edited by her daughter Margaretta Faugeres , who was herself a writer.
Garraty, John A., and Mark C. Carnes, editors. American National Biography. Oxford University Press, 1999.
Violence Ann Eliza Bleecker
The next day she was reunited with her husband, but her baby daughter, Abella, died on the desperate journey, leaving her mother to write: she indeed had wound herself round every fibre of my heart—I...

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