Grundy, Isobel. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: Comet of the Enlightenment. Clarendon.
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|Anthologization||Judith Cowper Madan||
From this periodical (presumably) the poem was picked up in 1755 for the fourth volume of Dodsley 's Collection of Poetry, two months before it re-appeared in Poems by Eminent Ladies.
|Anthologization||Lady Mary Wortley Montagu|
|Education||Judith Sargent Murray||
For herself, the future JSM read science, philosophy, history, and politics as well as romances.
At sixteen she wrote in her copy of Dodsley 's Oeconomy of Human Life, 1750: The best book...
Skemp, Sheila L. Judith Sargent Murray. A Brief Biography with Documents. Bedford Books.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Heyrick||
Her mother, born Elizabeth Cartwright , was a remarkable woman. She became engaged to please her family, but her fiancé died. After this she visited London and stayed with the publisher Robert Dodsley . While...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Susanna Watts||
In fact the Chinese connection was non-existent; SW was versifying and adapting Robert Dodsley 's immensely popular The Oeconomy of Human Life, and bringing out its already-existent orientalism. Her Introduction exemplifies the tone of...
|Literary responses||Mary Collyer||
This was not to the Critical's taste. It had already this year declared its dislike of German poetry, and slammed Mary Scott 's Messiah.
Now it called Mr Collyer's translation...
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
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He was apprenticed as a legal scrivener or copyist and began, using a hoard of ancient manuscripts which had been in his father's possession, to write poems and fake their physical manifestation, attributing them to...
It was published anonymously. The French original was current in England at this time, since the Duchess of Somerset (patron and poet, formerly Lady Hertford) read and enjoyed it in the year before Scott's translation...
The case for JC 's part-authorship with Sarah Fielding in The Cry (finished by 19 November 1753, published on 2 March 1754)
has rested chiefly on internal evidence: the work's experimental, generically undefinable...
Fielding, Henry, and Sarah Fielding. The Correspondence of Henry and Sarah Fielding. Editors Battestin, Martin C. and Clive T. Probyn, Clarendon Press.
|Textual Production||Samuel Johnson|
|Textual Production||Charlotte Lennox||
Lennox made the adaptation at Garrick 's suggestion, following an unsuccessful one by Robert Dodsley decades earlier.
An edition followed on 27 November. Lady Bute (Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 's daughter) had politely...
Carlile, Susan. Charlotte Lennox. An Independent Mind. University of Toronto Press.
|Textual Production||Judith Cowper Madan|
|Textual Production||Mary Barber||
A Song by Laetitia Pilkington (which made its first appearance in the final edition of Robert Dodsley 's Collection of Poems in 1758 ascribed to Jabez Earle ) was later often mistakenly attributed to MB .
Suarez, Michael F., and Robert Dodsley, editors. “Who’s Who in Robert Dodsley’s <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Collection of Poems by Several Hands</span>”;. A Collection of Poems by Several Hands, Routledge/Thoemmes, pp. 120-6.
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Carter||
Catherine Talbot suggested to EC that she might offer Robert Dodsley some poems, anonymously, for inclusion in the forthcoming fourth volume of his very popular Collection of Poems.
Carter, Elizabeth, and Catherine Talbot. A Series of Letters between Mrs. Elizabeth Carter and Miss Catherine Talbot from the year 1741 to 1770. Editor Pennington, Montagu, F. C. and J. Rivington.