Le Breton, Philip Hemery, and Lucy Aikin. “Memoir”. Memoirs, Miscellanies and Letters, Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anna Letitia Barbauld|
|Friends, Associates||Lucy Aikin|
ST 's work made a great impact. She was one of the twenty-four most-reviewed women writers of 1789-90.
The young Elizabeth Benger in her Female Geniad, 1791, called ST a successor to Dorothy, Lady Pakington
Hawkins, Ann R., and Stephanie Eckroth, editors. Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Vol. 3 vols., Ashgate Publishing Company.
|Textual Features||Lydia Maria Child||
LMC 's first four subjects were all known for their writings and for their resistance to tyrannical authority, either political or religious, but she is more interested here in what she alleges to have been...
|Textual Features||Elizabeth Inchbald||
This is set in Sumatra in the East Indies, ruled by renegade sultan (formerly a Christian). He has acquired the throne by accident, first forced to participate in rebellion, then to assume control when...
|Textual Production||Margaret Holford||
The novel was postdated 1794. A poem ostensibly written by the heroine is said to date from before the death (in February 1790) of John Howard the prison reformer.
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
Holford, Margaret. Selima; or, The Village Tale. Hookham; P. Broster.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Elizabeth Heyrick||
EH enlarges on the terrible state of the Irish peasantry, with unemployment surpassing four million and many deaths from starvation. She comments on the Vagrancy Act of 21 June 1824; on the fact that prison...
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