Petrie, Glen. A Singular Iniquity: The Campaigns of Josephine Butler. Macmillan, 1971.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Cowden Clarke|
|Leisure and Society||Josephine Butler|
|Literary responses||Dora Carrington|
|Performance of text||Ruth Padel|
Many of CS 's songs were published here and there, with music by various composers: John Hindle , William Horsley , William Beale , John Relfe , Pasquale Anfossi , Giovanni Paisiello , Ignaz Pleyel , and Joseph Haydn .
Londry, Michael. “On the Use of First-Line Indices for Researching English Poetry of the Long Eighteenth Century, c. 1660-1830, with Special Reference to Women Poets”. The Library, No. 1, pp. 12 -38.
|Textual Features||Naomi Jacob||
Characters in this book (stereotypes all, according to Paul Bailey) include Haydn , Mozart (a little, white-faced genius), Casanova (possessor of a strange, twisted smile), and the Young Pretender .
Bailey, Paul. Three Queer Lives: An Alternative Biography of Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur Marshall. Hamish Hamilton (Penguin), 2001.
|Textual Production||Ellis Cornelia Knight|