Winegarten, Renee. Mme de Staël. Berg, 1985.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Georgiana Chatterton|
|Friends, Associates||Joanna Baillie|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire||
Her close friendship with Germaine de Staël (carried on largely by letter) is a marker of her European orientation.
|Friends, Associates||Ellis Cornelia Knight|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
|Friends, Associates||Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Matilda Betham|
|Friends, Associates||Harriet Beecher Stowe|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Hervey|
|Friends, Associates||Lady Caroline Lamb||
LCL 's friendships with women writers (besides Morgan) would surprise anyone not taking her seriously as a writer. When Germaine de Staël visited England, Lady Caroline was delighted to find her wearing a hat with...
|Friends, Associates||Anna Jane Vardill||
Robinson recorded that Vardill visited the novelist Germaine de Staël during the latter's second period of exile in London during 1813-14, and offered to become her amanuensis: an offer which was declined.
Snell, Susan. “Enlightenment Females and Freemasonry”. Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism, No. 1-2.
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Inchbald||
EI first met both Maria Edgeworth (with whom her friendship had begun two years earlier, when Edgeworth wrote to her in praise of A Simple Story) and Germaine de Staël .
Manvell, Roger. Elizabeth Inchbald: England’s Principal Woman Dramatist and Independent Woman of Letters in 18th Century London. University Press of America, 1987.
|Friends, Associates||Ella Wheeler Wilcox||
Another uncomfortable experience grew out of Ella Wheeler's early literary success when she was taken up by a woman she calls Mrs Salon, who, since there flourished at the time a Milwaukee School of Poetry...
|Friends, Associates||Amelia Opie||
She had already begun to move in fashionable circles, and became friendly with Lady Caroline Lamb , Lady Cork , and painters James Northcote and Sir Joshua Reynolds .
In 1802, in London and...
Opie, Amelia. “Introduction”. Adeline Mowbray, edited by Shelley King and John B. Pierce, Oxford University Press, 1999, p. i - xxix.
|Friends, Associates||Catherine Fanshawe|