Thomas Bewick

Standard Name: Bewick, Thomas


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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Howitt
In Leicester she met William Howitt ; she later visited his family at Heanor in Derbyshire. His mother was a compounder of herbal medicines. William loved Walter Scott , the Romantic poets, and the...
Intertextuality and Influence Dora Carrington
Besides capturing the essences of her models or subjects,
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
Carrington's work includes appreciations of earlier artists, such as Goya , Renoir , and especially Cézanne , and reflects such further, varied influences as Thomas Bewick
Publishing Eliza Kirkham Mathews
In the year she died at least three little children's books by EKM were printed at York with woodcuts by Thomas Bewick : Lessons of Truth, Anecdotes of the Clairville Family, and Ellinor...
Publishing Eliza Kirkham Mathews
The first edition, unlisted in OCLC WorldCat or the British Library catalogue, survives in the Bodleian Library . Miami University holds a second edition published in 1803 at York, with illustrations from Thomas Bewick
Publishing Flora Thompson
The entire first edition of 5,000 copies sold out before publication day. Later the Reprint Society proposed an edition of 15,000 copies that might bring in £800 for FT . She was beginning to feel...
Textual Features Jane Loudon
The Entertaining Naturalist was illustrated with engravings by Thomas Bewick , Josiah Wood Whymper , and others.
Howe, Bea. Lady with Green Fingers. Country Life.
It is a scientific work, though when JL re-ordered her articles according to genera in making revisions...
Textual Production Eliza Kirkham Mathews
They appeared as by Mrs C. Mathews, the form of her name preferred for her title-pages by her husband. Lessons of Truth (full title of first edition Lessons of Truth: containing The Rose; or...


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Mathews, Eliza Kirkham, and Thomas Bewick. Lessons of Truth. T. Wilson and R. Spence, 1806.