Edmond Malone

Standard Name: Malone, Edmond


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Cultural formation Mrs Alexander
The daughter of a presumably white, professional, Irish family, Annie French was related on her mother's side to the seventeenth-century Bishop Jeremy Taylor and the eighteenth-century author Edmond Malone .
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
Black, Helen C. Notable Women Authors of the Day. D. Bryce, 1893.
Textual Production Mary Palmer
MP wrote at a time when, as Martyn Wakelin puts it, standard English had become a norm that drove out other dialects except in local speech and in literary works whose authors were after local...


29 November 1790
Edmond Malone , who in 1778 had published the first serious attempt at a date order for Shakespeare's plays, followed that with his immensely learned edition of Shakespeare , which set the standards for later scholarship.
2 April 1796
Vortigern and Rowena, allegedly a newly-discovered tragedy by Shakespeare but actually written by William Henry Ireland , opened under Richard Brinsley Sheridan 's management at Drury Lane .