Mrs F. C. Patrick

Standard Name: Patrick, Mrs F. C.
Married Name: Mrs F. C. Patrick
Mrs. F. C. Patrick appears to have been an Irishwoman living in England. She published three novels—each unusual in itself and markedly different from the other two—in three successive years during the 1790s.


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Textual Features Violet Fane
The play details the treasonous plot Babington spun to murder Queen Elizabeth and have Catholic Mary Queen of Scots assume the throne.
Fredeman, William E., and Ira Bruce Nadel, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 35. Gale Research.
35: 77
Babington and his associates were executed with great cruelty on 18-19...
Textual Features Christina Rossetti
Critics have noted the extent to which CR , without excusing Eve for her disobedience, mitigates her guilt and represents her with a degree of sympathy that both counters contemporary portrayals, and anticipates later work...
Textual Production Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck
MAS describes several very early writing projects. When her mother gave her a writing-case which locked, to ensure privacy, she spent hours in pouring out the effusions of my own bitter heart,
Schimmelpenninck, Mary Anne. Life of Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck. Editor Hankin, Christiana C., Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts.
1: 314
Textual Production Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna
This book is often ascribed (for instance in 2014 in OCLC WorldCat) to Mrs F. C. Patrick (who also published as an officer's wife or widow). But in 1845 it was included in a...


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Patrick, Mrs F. C. More Ghosts!. William Lane, 1798.
Patrick, Mrs F. C. The Irish Heiress. William Lane, 1797.
Patrick, Mrs F. C. The Jesuit. R. Cruttwell, 1799.