Lady Mary Walker
Standard Name: Walker, Lady Mary
Birth Name: Mary Leslie
Styled: Lady Mary Leslie
Married Name: Mary Walker
Married Name: Mary Hamilton
Pseudonym: A Lady
Writing in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, feminist. She admires learning in women and wishes more of them to pursue it, but she endorses the absolute rights of fathers to their children's obedience. Although she strongly paints the unjust suffering inflicted on women in unhappy marriages, she does not advocate resistance.was a didactic novelist who cared for social issues and for personal morality, privileging the discussion of such issues and the communication of information over narrative or plot. The extent of her publication is unclear: three extant novels in English, one in French, and another in English which seems not to survive, plus an alleged pamphlet. Her views are conservative and very cautiously
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Walker, Lady Mary. La famille du duc de Popoli. P. Didot, 1810.
Walker, Lady Mary. Letters from the Duchess de Crui and Others. Robson, Walter, and Robinson, 1776.
Walker, Lady Mary. Letters from the Duchess de Crui and Others. Robson, 1777.
Walker, Lady Mary. Letters from the Duchess de Crui and Others. Price, 1779.
Walker, Lady Mary. Memoirs of the Marchioness de Louvoi. Robson, Walter, and Robinson, 1777.
Walker, Lady Mary. Munster Village. Robson, Walter, and Robinson, 1778.
Walker, Lady Mary. Observations on Mr. Burke’s Bill, for the Better Regulation of the Independence of Parliament. T. Becket, 1780.