Manvell, Roger. Elizabeth Inchbald: England’s Principal Woman Dramatist and Independent Woman of Letters in 18th Century London. University Press of America, 1987.
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In the summer of 1852 Elizabeth and Alice Thompson (later AM ) began their education under their father's instruction. Recording her daughters' lessons, Christiana Thompson writes, Dear little angels do their writing . ....
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|Intertextuality and Influence||Gertrude Stein||
The narrator wants to present a history of The old people in a new world, the new people made out of the old,
but she establishes a tension between the two worlds from the...
Stein, Gertrude, William H. Gass, and Steven Meyer. The Making of Americans. Dalkey Archive Press, 1995.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Marina Warner||
She begins with the Enlightenment thinking which displaced the ideas of Aristotle . Her first chapter is entitled, surprisingly, Wax; the others are Air, Clouds, Light, Shadow, Mirror, Ghost...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Joanna Cannan||
Not only class, but class and national ideology is under the microscope here. The idea of Englishness is much appealed to. Price admonishes Lisa (who prattles freely of art and Aristotle and Baudelaire , though...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Sarah Fielding||
The Cry concerns itself with burning issues for women, particularly those of intellectual conformity and of vulnerability to slander. Its authors show off their huge reading both ancient and modern, and coin new words with...
Sappho was praised by many of the great names in the classical world: Socrates , Lucian , Plutarch , Aristotle (who, however, wrote, the Mytileans honored Sappho even though she was a woman),
Sappho, and Andrew R. Burn. Lyrics in the Original Greek. Barnstone, WillisTranslator , New York University Press, 1965.
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