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Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology, edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson

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Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology
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Women's writing, 1778-1838
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an anthology
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edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson
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W68 2001
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Robertson, Fiona
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Oxford world's classics
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  • English literature
  • Women
  • Women
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • Women
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • Women
  • Vrouwelijke auteurs
  • Frauenliteratur
  • Great Britain
  • Englisch
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Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology, edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson
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Includes bibliographical references
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  • Letter X and XI from Evelina (1778) ; 'Strictures on Beauty' from Camilla (1796) / Frances Burney -- Letters V and VI from The History of England from the Revolution to the Present Time, in a Series of Letters to a Friend (1778) ; Closing Address from History of England from the Accession of James 1 to that of the Brunswick Line (1783) ; 'No Characteristic Difference in Sex' from Letters on Education (1790) / Catharine Macaulay -- Evenings I and VII from The Progress of Romance (1785) / Clara Reeve -- Hymn XI from Hymns in Prose for Children (1781) ; 'The Rights of Woman' (c. 1792) ; 'Inscription for an Ice-House (c. 1793) ; 'To Mr. C[oleridge]' (1797) ; 'True Magicians' (pub. 1826) ; Eighteen Hundred and Eleven : A Poem (1812) / Anna Laetitia Barbauld -- 'The partial Muse has from my earliest hours' ; 'To a Nightingale' ; 'Written in the Church-Yard at Middleton in Sussex' ; 'The Glow-Worm' ; 'Written in a Tempestuous Night, on the Coast of Sussex' ; 'Reflections on Some Drawings of Plants' ; 'Ode to the Missel Thrush' (1804) ; 'The Jay in Masquerade' (1807) / Charlotte Smith -- Remarks on Such Things Are (1806) ; From Such Thing Are (1787) ; Remarks on De Monfort (1807) ; From A Simple Story (1791) / Elizabeth Inchbald -- Review of A Simple Story (1791) ; 'The Prevailing Opinion of a Sexual Character Discussed' from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) ; Letter IV from Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark (1796) / Mary Wollstonecraft -- Letters IX and XXVI from Letters Written in France (1790) ; On Madame Roland from Letters from France (1792-1796) / Helen Maria Williams -- Letters I and II from Letters on the Female Mind (1793) / Laetitia Matilda Hawkins -- 'Derbyshire and Lancashire' from A Journey Made in the Summer of 1794 (1795) ; From The Mysteries of Udolpho (1794) / Ann Radcliffe -- 'The Riot, or, Half a Loaf is Better than No Bread' (1795) ; 'The White Slave Trade' (1805) / Hannah More
  • 'January, 1795' (1795) ; From Sappho and Phaon (1796) ; From Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson Written by Herself (1801) / Mary Robinson -- 'The Captive Linnet' (1796);- 'Soliloquy' (1796) / Ann Yearsley -- From Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah (1796) / Elizabeth Hamilton -- Letter II from An Introduction to Botany, in a Series of Familiar Letters (1796) ; From Reflections on the Present Condition of the Female Sex (1798) / Priscilla Wakefield -- 'Introductory Discourse' for Plays on the Passions (1798) ; From De Monfort : A Tragedy (1798) / Joanna Baillie -- 'Remarks on the Character of Lady MacBeth' (pub. 1834) / Sarah Siddons -- From Castle Rackrent (1800) ; 'Lady Delacour's History' from Belinda (1801) / Maria Edgeworth -- From The Strange Effects of Faith (1801) ; From The Strange Effects of Faith, Second Part (1802) ; Introduction and 'The Fourth Day's Dispute' from A Dispute between the Woman and the Powers of Darkness (1802) / Joanna Southcott -- From Original Poems for Infant Minds (1804) ; 'Morning' ; 'Evening' ; 'The Poppy' ; 'The Violet' ; 'The Cow and the Ass' (1805) ; 'The Star' (1806) ; 'How it Strikes a Stranger' (1821) ; 'The Toad's Journal' (1822) / Jane Taylor -- From Psyche, or, The Legend of Love (1805) ; Proem ; Canto II / Mary Tighe -- From Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland (1805) ; 'Address to a Child, During a Boisterous Winter Evening' (1805-7) ; 'Floating Island' (1820s) / Dorothy Wordsworth -- 'On the General Principles of Chemistry' from Conversations on Chemistry (1806) ; 'On the Condition of the Poor' from Conservations on Political Economy (1816) / Jane Marcet -- 'Elinor Forester : The Father's Wedding Day' (1809) ; 'Margaret Green : The Young Mahometan' (1809) ; 'On Needlework' (1815) / Mary Lamb -- From Mansfield Park (1814) ; From Persuasion (1818) / Jane Austen -- 'The All-Seeing God' from The History of the Fairchild Family (1818) / Mary Sherwood -- From Frankenstein (1818), Chapters III, IV ; 'The Mortal Immortal : A Tale' (1834) / Mary Shelley -- 'Frost' and 'Thaw' (1819) ; 'The First Primrose' (1819) / Mary Russell Mitford
  • 'Caroline, Wife of George IV' from Memoirs of Queens (1821) / Mary Hays -- From Welsh (1822) ; 'The Sea-Song of Gafran' ; 'The Lament of Llywarch Hen' ; 'The Rock of Cader Idris' ; Casabianca' (1826, 1829) ; 'An Hour of Romance' (1827) ; 'Properzia Rossi' (1828) ; 'Indian Woman's Death-Song' (1828) ; 'The Traveller at the Source of the Nile' (1829) ; 'Parting Words' (1830) ; 'The Haunted House' (1831) ; 'Written after Visiting a Tomb' (1831) ; 'The Last Song of Sappho' (1832) / Felicia Hemans -- From Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, written by Herself (1825) / Harriette Wilson -- 'Writing a Love Tale' (1825) ; 'Woman's Love (1825) ; 'To My Own Heart' (1829) / Maria Jane Jewsbury -- 'Lines of Life' (1825, 1829) ; 'Felicia Hemans' (1837) ; 'Night at Sea' (1838) ; 'Rob Roy : Diana Vernon' (1838) / Laetitia Elizabeth Landon -- 'Florence' from The Diary of an Ennuyée (1826) / Anna Jameson -- From Report on a Recent Visit to the Colony of Sierra Leone (1828) / Hannah Kilham -- 'To' (1826) ; 'The Dream : A Fragment' (1826) ; 'The Vision of Fame' (1826) ; 'The Tempest : A Fragment' (1833) ; 'L.E.L.'s Last Question' (1839) / Elizabeth Barrett -- 'A Mushroom City' from Illustrations of Political Economy (1832-1834) From Society in America (1937) ; 'Citizenship of People of Colour' ; 'Political Non-Existence of Women' / Harriet Martineau -- 'Bengal Bridals and Bridal Candidates' from Scenes and Characteristics of Hindostan (1835) / Emma Roberts -- Household Words -- From The Cottage Cook, or, Mrs. Jones's Cheap Dishes (1797) / Hannah More -- From A New System of Domestic Cookery (1808) / Maria Eliza Rundell --Ffrom her Preface to Rundell, A New System of Domestic Cookery (1840) / Emma Roberts -- 'Peregrine Touchwood's Address' from The Cook and Housewife's Manual (1826) / Christian Isobel Johnstone -- 'Evening Parties' from Domestic Duties (1825) / Mrs. William Parkes -- From Domestic Economy and Cookery for Rich and Poor (1827) -- 'On Servants' and Letter VIII from The Home Book: or, Young Housekeeper's Assistant (1829)
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
lxxiv, 642 pages
Isbn
9780192833136
Lccn
2001050089
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unmediated
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rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)47674886
  • (OCoLC)ocm47674886
Label
Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology, edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Letter X and XI from Evelina (1778) ; 'Strictures on Beauty' from Camilla (1796) / Frances Burney -- Letters V and VI from The History of England from the Revolution to the Present Time, in a Series of Letters to a Friend (1778) ; Closing Address from History of England from the Accession of James 1 to that of the Brunswick Line (1783) ; 'No Characteristic Difference in Sex' from Letters on Education (1790) / Catharine Macaulay -- Evenings I and VII from The Progress of Romance (1785) / Clara Reeve -- Hymn XI from Hymns in Prose for Children (1781) ; 'The Rights of Woman' (c. 1792) ; 'Inscription for an Ice-House (c. 1793) ; 'To Mr. C[oleridge]' (1797) ; 'True Magicians' (pub. 1826) ; Eighteen Hundred and Eleven : A Poem (1812) / Anna Laetitia Barbauld -- 'The partial Muse has from my earliest hours' ; 'To a Nightingale' ; 'Written in the Church-Yard at Middleton in Sussex' ; 'The Glow-Worm' ; 'Written in a Tempestuous Night, on the Coast of Sussex' ; 'Reflections on Some Drawings of Plants' ; 'Ode to the Missel Thrush' (1804) ; 'The Jay in Masquerade' (1807) / Charlotte Smith -- Remarks on Such Things Are (1806) ; From Such Thing Are (1787) ; Remarks on De Monfort (1807) ; From A Simple Story (1791) / Elizabeth Inchbald -- Review of A Simple Story (1791) ; 'The Prevailing Opinion of a Sexual Character Discussed' from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) ; Letter IV from Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark (1796) / Mary Wollstonecraft -- Letters IX and XXVI from Letters Written in France (1790) ; On Madame Roland from Letters from France (1792-1796) / Helen Maria Williams -- Letters I and II from Letters on the Female Mind (1793) / Laetitia Matilda Hawkins -- 'Derbyshire and Lancashire' from A Journey Made in the Summer of 1794 (1795) ; From The Mysteries of Udolpho (1794) / Ann Radcliffe -- 'The Riot, or, Half a Loaf is Better than No Bread' (1795) ; 'The White Slave Trade' (1805) / Hannah More
  • 'January, 1795' (1795) ; From Sappho and Phaon (1796) ; From Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson Written by Herself (1801) / Mary Robinson -- 'The Captive Linnet' (1796);- 'Soliloquy' (1796) / Ann Yearsley -- From Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah (1796) / Elizabeth Hamilton -- Letter II from An Introduction to Botany, in a Series of Familiar Letters (1796) ; From Reflections on the Present Condition of the Female Sex (1798) / Priscilla Wakefield -- 'Introductory Discourse' for Plays on the Passions (1798) ; From De Monfort : A Tragedy (1798) / Joanna Baillie -- 'Remarks on the Character of Lady MacBeth' (pub. 1834) / Sarah Siddons -- From Castle Rackrent (1800) ; 'Lady Delacour's History' from Belinda (1801) / Maria Edgeworth -- From The Strange Effects of Faith (1801) ; From The Strange Effects of Faith, Second Part (1802) ; Introduction and 'The Fourth Day's Dispute' from A Dispute between the Woman and the Powers of Darkness (1802) / Joanna Southcott -- From Original Poems for Infant Minds (1804) ; 'Morning' ; 'Evening' ; 'The Poppy' ; 'The Violet' ; 'The Cow and the Ass' (1805) ; 'The Star' (1806) ; 'How it Strikes a Stranger' (1821) ; 'The Toad's Journal' (1822) / Jane Taylor -- From Psyche, or, The Legend of Love (1805) ; Proem ; Canto II / Mary Tighe -- From Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland (1805) ; 'Address to a Child, During a Boisterous Winter Evening' (1805-7) ; 'Floating Island' (1820s) / Dorothy Wordsworth -- 'On the General Principles of Chemistry' from Conversations on Chemistry (1806) ; 'On the Condition of the Poor' from Conservations on Political Economy (1816) / Jane Marcet -- 'Elinor Forester : The Father's Wedding Day' (1809) ; 'Margaret Green : The Young Mahometan' (1809) ; 'On Needlework' (1815) / Mary Lamb -- From Mansfield Park (1814) ; From Persuasion (1818) / Jane Austen -- 'The All-Seeing God' from The History of the Fairchild Family (1818) / Mary Sherwood -- From Frankenstein (1818), Chapters III, IV ; 'The Mortal Immortal : A Tale' (1834) / Mary Shelley -- 'Frost' and 'Thaw' (1819) ; 'The First Primrose' (1819) / Mary Russell Mitford
  • 'Caroline, Wife of George IV' from Memoirs of Queens (1821) / Mary Hays -- From Welsh (1822) ; 'The Sea-Song of Gafran' ; 'The Lament of Llywarch Hen' ; 'The Rock of Cader Idris' ; Casabianca' (1826, 1829) ; 'An Hour of Romance' (1827) ; 'Properzia Rossi' (1828) ; 'Indian Woman's Death-Song' (1828) ; 'The Traveller at the Source of the Nile' (1829) ; 'Parting Words' (1830) ; 'The Haunted House' (1831) ; 'Written after Visiting a Tomb' (1831) ; 'The Last Song of Sappho' (1832) / Felicia Hemans -- From Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, written by Herself (1825) / Harriette Wilson -- 'Writing a Love Tale' (1825) ; 'Woman's Love (1825) ; 'To My Own Heart' (1829) / Maria Jane Jewsbury -- 'Lines of Life' (1825, 1829) ; 'Felicia Hemans' (1837) ; 'Night at Sea' (1838) ; 'Rob Roy : Diana Vernon' (1838) / Laetitia Elizabeth Landon -- 'Florence' from The Diary of an Ennuyée (1826) / Anna Jameson -- From Report on a Recent Visit to the Colony of Sierra Leone (1828) / Hannah Kilham -- 'To' (1826) ; 'The Dream : A Fragment' (1826) ; 'The Vision of Fame' (1826) ; 'The Tempest : A Fragment' (1833) ; 'L.E.L.'s Last Question' (1839) / Elizabeth Barrett -- 'A Mushroom City' from Illustrations of Political Economy (1832-1834) From Society in America (1937) ; 'Citizenship of People of Colour' ; 'Political Non-Existence of Women' / Harriet Martineau -- 'Bengal Bridals and Bridal Candidates' from Scenes and Characteristics of Hindostan (1835) / Emma Roberts -- Household Words -- From The Cottage Cook, or, Mrs. Jones's Cheap Dishes (1797) / Hannah More -- From A New System of Domestic Cookery (1808) / Maria Eliza Rundell --Ffrom her Preface to Rundell, A New System of Domestic Cookery (1840) / Emma Roberts -- 'Peregrine Touchwood's Address' from The Cook and Housewife's Manual (1826) / Christian Isobel Johnstone -- 'Evening Parties' from Domestic Duties (1825) / Mrs. William Parkes -- From Domestic Economy and Cookery for Rich and Poor (1827) -- 'On Servants' and Letter VIII from The Home Book: or, Young Housekeeper's Assistant (1829)
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
lxxiv, 642 pages
Isbn
9780192833136
Lccn
2001050089
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)47674886
  • (OCoLC)ocm47674886

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