Catherine Ann Dorset

Standard Name: Dorset, Catherine Ann


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Family and Intimate relationships Charlotte Smith
CS 's sister, Catherine Ann , married Michael Dorset , an army captain. Much later she became a noted children's writer. Her best-known book was The Peacock at Home, dating from after Charlotte's death.
Fletcher, Loraine. Charlotte Smith: A Critical Biography. Macmillan.
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Intertextuality and Influence Lydia Howard Sigourney
The original volume also includes poems written for children. Flora's Party (in the style of William Roscoe 's The Butterfly's Ball, and the Grasshopper's Feast, 1807, Catherine Ann Dorset 's The Peacock "at Home"...
Literary responses Jane Austen
But of readers whose responses survive, most were delighted. These included Sarah Harriet Burney —who, however, thought (apparently along with plenty of others) that Catherine Ann Dorset , sister of Charlotte Smith , might be...
Publishing Charlotte Smith
Since the Prévost book had been out for two generations, it was no wonder that two previous translations had appeared. According to CS 's sister, Catherine Ann Dorset , Cadell published an edition of Smith's...
Textual Production Charlotte Smith
CS says she tried to avoid the fall-lall way of writing very usual in works of this kind.
Smith, Charlotte. Conversations, Introducing Poetry. J. Sharpe.
The germ of the book, she says, came from composing verses for the use of a...
Textual Production Charlotte Smith
All these poems are lost. The earliest piece of her writing to survive (as quoted by her sister ) is a cheeky letter describing her mother-in-law's disapproval of her non-existent housekeeping skills.
Fletcher, Loraine. Charlotte Smith: A Critical Biography. Macmillan.


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