Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present
Standard Name: Fyge, Sarah
Birth Name: Sarah Fyge
Married Name: Sarah Field
Married Name: Sarah Egerton
Pseudonym: Mrs. S. F.
Pseudonym: Mrs. J. E.
Pseudonym: Mrs. L. D.
Pseudonym: A Lady in Vindication of her Sex
's career as a feminist poet began when she was very young, in the late seventeenth century, and continued into the eighteenth century. Her letters, although they were printed, seem not to have been written for publication.
The preface by L anticipates criticism, defends the title, and admits borrowing from Gilpin
's Hints for Sermons. LMH
returns here to the much-discussed questions of women's education and social behaviour (she deplores the...
This book is often seen as a sequel, and it retails the same type of scandal as the New Atalantis, but without the supernatural mediating characters. It too purports to be translated: this time...
The Eugenia who published The Female Advocate chose a favourite title as well as a favourite pseudonym. The title had already been used by Sarah Fyge
, 1686, and was to be used again by...