Anne Bannerman

Standard Name: Bannerman, Anne
Birth Name: Anne Bannerman
Pseudonym: Augusta
Pseudonym: B.
AB was a Scottish Romantic who published three volumes of poetry as well as contributions to periodicals. Her popularity in her day is evinced by the way her contemporaries quoted her.


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Friends, Associates Clara Reeve
Among her friends were Martha Bridgen (daughter of Samuel Richardson ), Thomas Percy , and Joseph Cooper Walker
Trainer, James, and Clara Reeve. “Introduction”. The Old English Baron, Oxford University Press.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
(who was also a good friend to other women writers from around the British Isles: to...
Intertextuality and Influence Dorothea Primrose Campbell
DPC was one of those claiming serious status for the novel by literary allusion. She uses Horace on her title-page, Pope to head the whole novel, and for chapter-headings Chaucer , Shakespeare , Goldsmith ...
Publishing Anna Hume
The author's name appears respectfully as Mris [i.e. Mistress] Anna Hume. The main title-page prints Love, Chastitie, and Death one below the other and brackets them. The Triumph of Chastitie and The...
Publishing Isabella Kelly
Subscribers included John Julius Angerstein , a colonel related to Anne Bannerman , Jemima Kindersley 's husband, Frances Boscawen , Mary Champion de Crespigny , Henrietta Fordyce , Lord Hawke , Countess Lonsdale (the eldest...
Textual Features Catherine Carswell
Open the Door! demonstrates the imprint of Glasgow, music, and art on CC 's literary imagination. The novel's heroine, Joanna Bannerman, is a young girl of the late 1800s trying to escape the narrow...
Textual Production Eglinton Wallace
It appeared in two different editions put out this year through the different publishers T. Hookham , and Debrett . The Debrett edition lists the price, one shilling and sixpence, on the title-page.
“Eighteenth Century Collections Online”. Gale Databases.
Goethe's novel...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Anna Seward
AS 's correspondence often deals with literary matters as well as with social matters and personalities. She writes with astonishing freedom to Hester Piozzi about the latter's travel book Observations and Reflections: not only...


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Bannerman, Anne. Poems. Mundell; Longman, Rees, and Wright, 1800.
Bannerman, Anne. Poems. Mundell, 1807.
Bannerman, Anne. Tales of Superstition and Chivalry. Vernor and Hood, 1802.