Earla Wilputte

Standard Name: Wilputte, Earla


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Literary responses Priscilla Wakefield
The initial volume was praised in the Critical Review. Recently, Earla Wilputte (quoting Theresa A. Dougal 's judgement that PW here temporarily moves away from her generally strictly conventional gender distinctions)
Wilputte, Earla. “Shaking the Spheres: Public and Private Lives of Women”. Eighteenth-Century Studies, No. 2, pp. 331 - 4.
Textual Features Eliza Haywood
Its protagonist is a distant ancestor of George II's eldest son (freshly arrived in England and created Prince of Wales ), and its title is the same as that which he himself bore in Germany...
Textual Features Eliza Haywood
Though most recent readers have taken this pamphlet to indicate support for Charles Edward , Earla A. Wilputte believes that it is a parody of the romantic flattery typically addressed to him: a satire, therefore...


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