Heneage Finch, Earl of Winchilsea

Standard Name: Winchilsea, Heneage Finch,,, Earl of

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Cultural formation Anne Finch
Heneage Finch 's nephew died, and Heneage, the closest male heir, assumed his nephew's title of Earl of Winchilsea. AF found herself Countess of Winchilsea.
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
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Family and Intimate relationships Anne Finch
Anne Kingsmill married Heneage Finch , a younger son of the Earl of Winchilsea. She had met him at court.
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
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Material Conditions of Writing Anne Finch
While her husband was in London defending himself against charges of treason, AF stayed at Godmersham near Eastwell and continued writing.
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
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politics Anne Finch
AF 's husband was arrested, accused of plotting against William and Mary .
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
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Publishing Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford
Hertford later included poems of her own composition in her letters to Rowe and to Lord Winchilsea , widower of the poet Anne Finch . She exchanged verse, too, with Frederick, Prince of Wales ...
Residence Anne Finch
The new Earl of Winchilsea, Heneage's under-age nephew, offered AF and her husband a home at his estate of Eastwell Park in Kent.
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
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Residence Anne Finch
The main base for AF and her husband seems to have been London (where soon after this they were resident in Cleveland Row near St James's Palace), though they still spent time at Eastwell.
McGovern, Barbara. Anne Finch and Her Poetry: A Critical Biography. University of Georgia Press, 1992.
91
Textual Production Anne Finch
AF addressed to her husband of less than a year a delightful 17-line love-poem, A Letter to Dafnis: she did not include it in her printed volume of thirty years later.
Finch, Anne. The Poems of Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Reynolds, MyraEditor , University of Chicago Press, 1903.
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Textual Production Anne Finch
AF and her husband moved on from her earlier octavo volume of poems in manuscript (perhaps thinking it too restricted in capacity) to a folio volume, Miscellany Poems With Two Plays by Ardelia, now...
Textual Production Anne Finch
A booklet containing five poems by AF was copied out in handsome format by a transcriber who has not been identified, perhaps as a gift from Finch to her husband . It is now in...
Textual Production Anne Finch
This is an octavo bound in gilt-edged morocco, Poems on Several Subjects, written by Ardelia, containing 55 poems, two obliterated poems, and 30 blank pages. Most of it is, unusually, in her own final-draft...
Textual Production Anne Finch
It may have been her husband , however, who was concerned for the preservation of her writings; most of the fifty-seven poems in this volume are absent from the earlier manuscript and printed collections. In...
Textual Production Frances Seymour, Countess of Hertford
It was in this year that Lord Winchilsea told Lady Hertford how pleased his late wife (the poet Anne Finch ) would have been with her achievement. At about the same period Elizabeth Singer Rowe

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