Anna Jane Vardill

Standard Name: Vardill, Anna Jane
AJV was an early nineteenth-century poet. She published only two collections; most of her work appeared in the European Magazine, with which her strong connection lasted from 1809 until her marriage in 1822. She wrote most genres popular at the time: occasional poems, narratives (often in series), elegies, and poems about public events and developments in science.


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Eleanor Anne Porden
EAP met Mary Russell Mitford in summer 1822 at the London house of Mrs Vardill: presumably the mother of the Romantic poet Anna Jane Vardill .
L’Estrange, Alfred Guy Kingham, editor. The Friendships of Mary Russell Mitford as Recorded in Letters from Her Literary Correspondents. Hurst and Blackett.
1: 121
Vardill was a friend and associate from...
Intertextuality and Influence Jane Collier
The Monthly Review was moderately laudatory about the Art of Tormenting; it picked up on the relationship to Swift .
Griffiths, Ralph, and George Edward Griffiths, editors. Monthly Review. R. Griffiths.
8 (1753): 274
JC 's commonplace-book commented wryly on a man who declared that...
Textual Production Frances Arabella Rowden
Her book did well. Many clergy, many parents of girls in the Hans Place school, many relations of the author and of her dedicatee subscribed, plus Elizabeth Gunning , Richard Brinsley Sheridan , and Sarah Trimmer


No timeline events available.


Vardill, Anna Jane. Poems and Translations. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1809.
Vardill, Anna Jane. The Pleasures of Human Life. A Poem. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1812.