Hilbish, Florence. Charlotte Smith, Poet and Novelist. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1941.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Smith|
|Friends, Associates||Helen Maria Williams|
|Leisure and Society||Anna Seward|
|Leisure and Society||Melesina Trench|
|Leisure and Society||Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach|
|Leisure and Society||Mary Robinson|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Charlotte Smith|
This has her preface replying to hostile criticism of her for querulous egotism,
and for renewing her criticisms of the Smith trustees. She also admits, this time, her economic motive. The number of...
Raycroft, Brent. “From Charlotte Smith to Nehemiah Higginbottom: Revising the Genealogy of the Early Romantic Sonnet”. European Romantic Review, No. 3, pp. 363 - 92.
MT 's portrait by Romney was reproduced as frontispiece.
The profits went to a House of Refuge for Unprotected Female Servants in Dublin—the favourite charity of MT 's mother. The work reached a...
Weller, Earle Vonard, and Mary Tighe. “Introduction / Memoir of Mary Tighe”. Keats and Mary Tighe, Kraus Reprint Corporation, 1966, p. vii - xxi.
The title-page bears JF 's name and mentions her three previous art books. The frontispiece is one of Romney 's portraits of Lady Hamilton. Fifteen more coloured plates and twenty-three in monochrome adorn the text...
Until a fire destroyed it in December 1951, the Williams-Ellises lived mainly at his family home, Plâs Brondanw in Portmeirion, North Wales, the village which Clough was recreating in the Italianate style. Guests at...
|Textual Production||George Paston|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Mary Augusta Ward||
This novel of artistic development adopts the same technique as MAW 's previous novel in choosing a life-story from the past and making it the basis of a fiction with a contemporary or near-contemporary setting...