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Standard Name: Aubin, Penelope
Birth Name: Penelope Charleton
Married Name: Penelope Aubin
Indexed Name: Mrs Aubin
began publishing early in the eighteenth century. She is chiefly known for her short novels, though she turned her hand to poetry and comedy as well. At the height of her career her rate of production was equalled only by and , and her novels continued to be reprinted throughout the eighteenth century, in Ireland and the USA as well as England. Her fictional plots range the world and are crammed with adventures. Much under-age sex and violence (often both together) cluster at the margins of her stories, while her central characters preserve their virtue (often female Christian virtue resisting the lust of a man from a different culture), and moralistic High Tory principles are upheld.
Aubin, Penelope. J. Darby, 1728.
Aubin, Penelope. A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels. D. Midwinter, 1739.
Richardson, Samuel, and Penelope Aubin. “Preface”. A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, D. Midwinter, 1739.
Pétis de la Croix, François. The History of Genghizcan the Great. Translator Aubin, Penelope, J. Darby, 1722.
Challe, Robert. The Illustrious French Lovers. Translator Aubin, Penelope, J. Darby, 1726.
Aubin, Penelope. The Life and Adventures of Charlotte Dupont. T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine, 1800, http://PR 01 0174 reel 0358:5.
Aubin, Penelope. The Life and Adventures of the Lady Lucy. J. Darby, 1726.
Aubin, Penelope. The Life and Amorous Adventures of Lucinda. E. Bell, 1722.
Aubin, Penelope. The Life of Charlotta Du Pont. A. Bettesworth, 1723.
Aubin, Penelope. The Life of Madam de Beaumount. E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, E. Symon, 1721.
Lussan, Marguerite de. The Life of the Countess de Gondez. Translator Aubin, Penelope, J. and J. Knapton, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, 1729.
Aubin, Penelope. The Merry Masqueraders; or, The Humorous Cuckold. T. Astley, 1732.
Aubin, Penelope. The Noble Slaves. E. Bell, 1722.
Aubin, Penelope. The Strange Adventures of the Count de Vinevil and his Family. E. Bell, J. Darby, 1721.
Aubin, Penelope. The Stuarts: A Pindarique Ode. J. Morphew, 1707.
Aubin, Penelope, and Marin Le Roy de Gomberville. “To her Grace the Dutchess of Ormond; Advertisement to the Reader”. The Doctrine of Morality, translated by. Thomas Mannington Gibbs, E. Bell et al., 1721, p. a2 - bv.