Gina M. Luria

Standard Name: Luria, Gina M.
Used Form: Gina Luria Walker

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Literary responses Mary Hays
One of Jane Austen 's sisters-in-law owned a copy. Some reviewers objected both to content and arrangement. The European Review was not untypical in that although it expressed some admiration it also called for a...
Publishing Mary Ann Radcliffe
She planned to title it An Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain; its eventual title was chosen by the publisher, who also overruled MAR 's wish to remain anonymous.
Radcliffe, Mary Ann. The Memoirs of Mrs. Mary Ann Radcliffe. Printed for the author, 1810.
386-7
Feminist Companion Archive.
The original is...
Publishing Mary Hays
It was commissioned by Phillips and published by him in six volumes. Although the title-page says 1803, the work had been listed as forthcoming in 1798 and is mentioned in the December 1802 issue of...
Reception Mary Hays
The late twentieth century launched a renaissance of interest in Hays, along with others of her radical circle. This has issued in several scholarly editions of her novels, in Marilyn Brooks 's edition of her...
Textual Production Mary Hays
Appeal to the Men of Great Britain in Behalf of Women by MH was anonymously published.
Scholars disagree: Gina Luria (following William Thompson and Anna Wheeler ) assigns this to MH ; Gary Kelly doubts...

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