Marianne Chambers

Standard Name: Chambers, Marianne
Birth Name: Mary Anne Chambers
MC , who was active in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, published a novel and had two lively comedies produced, the first of which had some success.


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Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Isabella Spence
She begins with Wales (whose countryside she praises but whose peasants she fairly sweepingly dismisses).
Spence, Elizabeth Isabella. Summer Excursions. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme.
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Although her title-page does not name it, she returned to Wales on a later journey, and devotes a...
Textual Features Harriet Corp
HC 's entire story (which takes place on a coach journey from London to the country) is narrated by a fifty-year-old childless widower. Beresford's book is debated, and raved over by a young officer and...
Textual Production Rosina Bulwer Lytton, Baroness Lytton
The next work by Rosina Bulwer Lytton (later Baroness Lytton) was a novel or fictional biography: The School for Husbands; or, Molière 's Life and Times.
The title is multiply allusive. Molière's comedy L'école...


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Chambers, Marianne. He Deceives Himself. Dilly, 1799.
Chambers, Marianne. Ourselves. J. Barker, 1811.
Chambers, Marianne. The School for Friends. Barker and Son, 1805.