Standard Name: Robinson, Mary
Birth Name: Mary Darby
Married Name: Mrs Mary Robinson
Pseudonym: A Friend to Humanity
Pseudonym: Miss Randall
Pseudonym: Anne Frances Randall
Pseudonym: Tabitha Bramble
Indexed Name: Mrs Thomas Robinson
MR , scandalous woman and Romantic poet, was also a forceful and emotional, radical writer in many other genres: novels, scholarship, memoirs, drama, periodical essays, and translation. During the last two years of her life her level of productivity was almost frenetic, and the quality of her writing was adversely affected.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Education||Mary Russell Mitford|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Charlotte Dacre|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Naomi Jacob||
She describes her mother as in advance of her times in many ways: a bicycle rider, a Poor Law Guardian,
witty, charming, deeply religious, but with no money and no idea how to...
Jacob, Naomi. Me: A Chronicle about Other People. Hutchinson, 1933.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Sophia King|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Grace Elliott|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Leah Sumbel|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Maria Bennett||
It seems that AMB was a friend of the poet and novelist Mary Robinson (whose early notoriety made some respectable women wary of friendship with her). Robinson wrote on 31st August 1800 from Englefield Cottage...
|Friends, Associates||Mary Hays||
This was her most formative and most famous friendship. She had approached Wollstonecraft after the latter published Vindication of the Rights of Woman early that same year. Wollstonecraft proved a valuable professional mentor. Another relationship...
|Friends, Associates||Anna Eliza Bray|
|Friends, Associates||Mary, Lady Champion de Crespigny|
|Friends, Associates||Leah Sumbel|
|Friends, Associates||Eliza Fenwick|
|Friends, Associates||Eliza Parsons|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Wollstonecraft|
|Friends, Associates||Jane Porter|