Elizabeth Scott

Standard Name: Scott, Elizabeth,, 1707/8 - 1776


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Anthologization Elizabeth Cobbold
EC read Anna Letitia Barbauld 's Eighteen Hundred and Eleven and said it was only the more dangerous on account of its poetical excellence.
Feminist Companion Archive.
She was a subscriber for Mary Sewell in 1803. As well...
Anthologization Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire
Elizabeth Scott included a good deal of Georgiana Devonshire 's work, posthumously, in Specimens of British Poetry in 1823.
Anthologization Fanny Holcroft
This was among poems reprinted by Elizabeth Scott in Specimens of British Poetry, Edinburgh, 1823.
Ashfield, Andrew, editor. Romantic Women Poets. Manchester University Press.
Anthologization Fanny Holcroft
Some of FH 's poems were included in Elizabeth Scott 's anthology Specimens of British Poetry, 1823.
Anthologies and Miscellanies. http://www.english.ucsb.edu/faculty/rraley/research/anthologies/.
Anthologization Isabella Lickbarrow
Elizabeth Scott included IL in her Specimens of British Poetry, 1823. So did Mary Anne Jevons in her modest little annualThe Sacred Offering, in the years 1833-4.
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
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After this IL
Textual Production Mary Masters
She had been writing and gathering the material here for at least ten years. The volume was printed for the Author, and dedicated to Lord Burlington (who subscribed for eight copies). Its publication was...


1823: Elizabeth Scott issued an anthology, Specimens...

Women writers item


Elizabeth Scott issued an anthology, Specimens of British Poetry, whose representation of women poets is unusually good.


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