Standard Name: Bonhote, Elizabeth
Birth Name: Elizabeth Mapes
Married Name: Elizabeth Bonhote
Pseudonym: The Author of Hortensia, Rambles of Mr Frankley, and The Fashionable Friend
Styled: Mrs Bonhote of Bungay
Pseudonym: E. B.
Used Form: A Lady
Used Form: Mrs Bonhote
During the later eighteenth centurypublished seven novels (one historical) and a conduct book. Her volume of poetry dates from the next century. The conduct book had the greatest success. On most issues she is stereotypically conservative, but she shows humour and insight about the predicament of the woman writer. She was clearly serious about her own career.
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Bonhote, Elizabeth. Bungay Castle. Minerva Press, 1797.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. Darnley Vale; or, Emelia Fitzroy. William Lane, 1789.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. Ellen Woodley. William Lane, 1790.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. Feeling; or, Sketches from Life. 1810.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. Hortensia; or, The Distressed Wife. Robinson and Roberts, 1769.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. Olivia; or, Deserted Bride. William Lane, 1787.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. The Fashionable Friend. T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt, 1773.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. The Parental Monitor. William Lane, 1788.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. The Parental Monitor. William Lane, 1790.
Bonhote, Elizabeth. The Rambles of Mr. Frankly. Becket and De Hondt, 1776.