Standard Name: Tenney, Tabitha
Married Name: Tabitha Tenney
Pseudonym: A Lady
, who lived in New England through the time of the American Revolution, published in 1799 (perhaps) and 1801, and lived for another thirty-six years apparently without further writerly activity, was the certain author of a fascinating novel about a woman led astray by her novel-reading, and the probable compiler of a pedagogic anthology.
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Tenney, Tabitha. Female Quixotism. Editors Nienkamp, Jean and Andrea Collins, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Davidson, Cathy N., and Tabitha Tenney. “Foreword”. Female Quixotism, edited by Jean Nienkamp et al., Oxford University Press, 1992, p. v - vii.
Tenney, Tabitha. “Introduction”. Female Quixotism, edited by Jean Nienkamp and Andrea Collins, Oxford University Press, 1992, p. xiii - xxxi.
Tenney, Tabitha, editor. The New Pleasing Instructor: or, Young Lady’s Guide to Virtue and Happiness. I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1799.