Mrs Martin

Standard Name: Martin, Mrs
MM was a novelist of the revolutionary period, with reformist if not radical leanings, who consistently, intelligently tests and comments on the conventions of the genre. She is not primarily, as said in some reference sources, a gothic novelist, but addresses in turn domestic romance, bildungsroman, gothic, and satirical comedy.


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29 July 1772
The Daily Advertiser published an advertisement for a husband.


Martin, Mrs. Deloraine. Minerva Press, 1798.
Martin, Mrs. Jeannette. Minerva Press, 1800.
Martin, Mrs. Melbourne. Minerva Press, 1798.
Martin, Mrs. Reginald; or, The House of Mirandola. Minerva Press, 1799.
Martin, Mrs. The Enchantress; or, Where Shall I Find Her?. Minerva Press, 1801.