Greer, Germaine et al., editors. Kissing the Rod. Virago.
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|Cultural formation||Mary Delany||
Her parents, of the English gentry class, could each pride themselves on connections of historical and contemporary social eminence (she had an earl as an uncle); but after Queen Anne 's death they were disadvantaged...
MA 's philosophical second part to A Serious Proposal to the Ladies was published, again as by a Lover of her Sex, dedicated to Princess (later Queen) Anne .
Norton, J. E. “Some Uncollected Authors, XXVII: Mary Astell, 1666-1731”. The Book Collector, Vol.
10, pp. 58-65.
|Dedications||Mary, Lady Chudleigh||
Mary, Lady Chudleigh , published, with her name (the Lady Chudleigh), Poems on Several Occasions, dedicated to Queen Anne , with a further dedication To the Ladies.
Mills, Rebecca. "Thanks for that Elegant Defense": Polemical Prose and Poetry by Women in the Early Eighteenth Century. Oxford University.
Mary, Lady Chudleigh,. The Poems and Prose of Mary, Lady Chudleigh. Editor Ezell, Margaret J. M., Oxford University Press.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Caesar|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Delany|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Catharine Trotter||
Her mother, born Sarah Ballenden, was related to three separate Scots noble families. She brought up her daughters at first on an Admiralty pension (discontinued on Charles II 's death, restored by Queen Anne )...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Susanna Wesley|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Delaval|
|Friends, Associates||Alexander Pope|
|Friends, Associates||Delarivier Manley||
The early years of Queen Anne 's reign found DM bitterly divided by politics from most of the women she had written and collaborated with: Centlivre , Pix and Trotter , as well as Fyge.
Manley, Delarivier. “Introduction”. New Atalantis, edited by Ros Ballaster, Pickering and Chatto, p. v - xxviii.
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