Emma Parker

Standard Name: Parker, Emma
Birth Name: Emma Parker
Pseudonym: Emma De Lisle
EP is a skilled though obscure novelist and essayist publishing in the 1810s, whose works were well received and have much to offer today's reader. She was articulately concerned about the craft of novel-writing, and evidently serious about her career.


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Publishing Amelia Beauclerc
For some reason the publisher, the Minerva Press , confused Eva of Cambria (whose title-page said 1811) with another novel of that year by Emma Parker . The press placed on Eva of Cambria's...
Textual Production Elizabeth Meeke
Before EM was identified, critic Roberta Magnani had looked at the whole record of her work and argued that advertisements and allusive reference on title pages link firmly together, as the work of a single...


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Parker, Emma. A Soldier’s Offspring; or, The Sisters. Minerva Press, 1810.
Parker, Emma. Aretas. B. Crosby, 1813.
Parker, Emma. Elfrida, Heiress of Belgrove. B. Crosby, 1811.
Parker, Emma. Fitz-Edward; or, The Cambrians. A. K. Newman, 1811.
Parker, Emma. Important Trifles. T. Egerton, 1817.
Parker, Emma. Self-Deception. T. Egerton, 1816.
Parker, Emma. The Guerilla Chief. William Lindsell, 1815.
Parker, Emma. Virginia; or, The Peace of Amiens. B. Crosby, 1811.