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The Resource Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ; : a documentary record, Edited by Ioan Williams

Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ; : a documentary record, Edited by Ioan Williams

Label
Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ; : a documentary record
Title
Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ;
Title remainder
a documentary record
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Ioan Williams
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Williams, Ioan M
Dewey number
823/.6/09
Index
index present
LC call number
PR852
LC item number
.W5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English fiction
  • Romances
Label
Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ; : a documentary record, Edited by Ioan Williams
Instantiates
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
  • From the preface to The disguis'd Prince (1733) -- Preface to The life and adventures of Mr. Cleveland (1734-35) -- Introductory material to Pamela (1740) -- From a letter of Philip Dormer Stanhope (1740-1?) -- Introductory material to Pamela (1741) -- Preface to Volume I of Clarissa Harlowe (1747) -- Preface to Roderick Random (1748) -- Preface to Volume III of Clarissa Harlowe (1748) -- From a letter of Elisabeth Carter (1749) -- From a review of Tom Jones (1749) --'A censure on the present reigning taste for novels' (1749) -- An account of Clarissa and Richardson's reply (1749) -- Rambler, 4, Samuel Johnson (1750) -- From a letter of Mrs. Donellan (1750) -- From An essay on the new species of writing founded by Mr. Fielding (1751) -- From a review of Peregrine Pickle (1751) -- From a review of Amelia (1751) -- From the preface to Clarissa Harlowe (1751) -- From a letter of Philip Skelton (1751)
  • From a review of Amelia (1751) -- From a letter of Samuel Richardson (1752) -- Dedication to The history of Pompey the Little (1752) -- From The female Quixote, Charlotte Lennox (1752) -- The adventurer, 4, John Hawkesworth (1752) -- From a letter of Philip Skelton (1752) -- The adventurer, 16, John Hawkesworth (1752) -- The adventurer, 18, John Hawkesworth (1753) -- The world, 19, William Whitehead (1753) -- Dedication to Ferdinand Count Fathom (1753) -- From a letter of Johannes Stinstra (1753) -- The world, 79, Richard Berenger (1754) -- A letter written in the character of Lien Chi Altangi (1760) -- A dialogue by Elizabeth Montagu (1760) -- From a review of The history of Tom Fool (1760) -- From a letter written in the character of Lien Chi Altangi (1760) -- From a review of Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (1761) -- From a review of Tristram Shandy (1761)
  • From a review of Almoran and Hamet (1761) -- From a review of Eloisa (1761) -- 'On fictitious history', from Lectures on rhetoric, Hugh Blair (1762) -- From Essay on poetry and music, James Beattie (1776) -- From the introduction to The works of Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy (1762) -- The prefaces to The castle of Otranto (1764 and 1765) -- From Dissertation on the idea of universal poetry, Richard Hurd (1766) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, XXXVII (1767) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, XL (1770) -- From Something new, automathes (1772) -- From the review of De l'homme, et de la femme (1773) -- Three essays by J. and A. L. Aikin (1773) -- From volume III of The origin and progress of language, Lord Monboddo (1776) -- Preface to Liberal opinions, Samuel Pratt (1777) -- From the preface to The old English Baron (1778) -- Preface to Evelina (1778) -- 'On novel reading', Vicessimus Knox (1778)
  • Translator's preface to The sorrows of Werter (1779) -- From On fable and romance, James Beattie (1783) -- The lounger, 20, Henry Mackenzie (1785) -- From The observer, 27, Richard Cumberland (1785) -- From A commentary illustrating the poetics, Henry Pye (1786) -- The microcosm, 26, George Canning (1787) -- Olla Podrida, 15, Thomas Monroe (1787) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, LVII (1787) -- From Winter evenings, 115, Vicessimus Knox (1788) -- From a review of Emmeline (1788) -- Two essays from Variety, Anna Seward (1788) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, LVIII (1788) -- Three reviews from The analytical review, III (1789) -- Review of The denial (1790) -- From a review of The labyrinths of life (1791) -- From a review of Theological, philosophical and moral essays (1791) --From The analytical review, XVI (1793) -- Two reviews from The analytical review, XVIII (1794)
  • From a review of The mysteries of Udolpho (1794) -- From a review of The mysteries of Udolpho (1794) -- From a review of Caleb Williams (1795) -- From Henry, Richard Cumberland (1795) -- From a review of Camilla (1796) -- From a review of The Italian (1797) -- From A view of the commencement and progress of romance, John Moore (1797) -- Five reviews from The British critic, X (1797) -- From a review of Santa Maria (1798)
Control code
58446
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 484 pages
Isbn
9780389010630
Lccn
70009802
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)544358
Label
Novel and romance, 1700-1800 ; : a documentary record, Edited by Ioan Williams
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
  • From the preface to The disguis'd Prince (1733) -- Preface to The life and adventures of Mr. Cleveland (1734-35) -- Introductory material to Pamela (1740) -- From a letter of Philip Dormer Stanhope (1740-1?) -- Introductory material to Pamela (1741) -- Preface to Volume I of Clarissa Harlowe (1747) -- Preface to Roderick Random (1748) -- Preface to Volume III of Clarissa Harlowe (1748) -- From a letter of Elisabeth Carter (1749) -- From a review of Tom Jones (1749) --'A censure on the present reigning taste for novels' (1749) -- An account of Clarissa and Richardson's reply (1749) -- Rambler, 4, Samuel Johnson (1750) -- From a letter of Mrs. Donellan (1750) -- From An essay on the new species of writing founded by Mr. Fielding (1751) -- From a review of Peregrine Pickle (1751) -- From a review of Amelia (1751) -- From the preface to Clarissa Harlowe (1751) -- From a letter of Philip Skelton (1751)
  • From a review of Amelia (1751) -- From a letter of Samuel Richardson (1752) -- Dedication to The history of Pompey the Little (1752) -- From The female Quixote, Charlotte Lennox (1752) -- The adventurer, 4, John Hawkesworth (1752) -- From a letter of Philip Skelton (1752) -- The adventurer, 16, John Hawkesworth (1752) -- The adventurer, 18, John Hawkesworth (1753) -- The world, 19, William Whitehead (1753) -- Dedication to Ferdinand Count Fathom (1753) -- From a letter of Johannes Stinstra (1753) -- The world, 79, Richard Berenger (1754) -- A letter written in the character of Lien Chi Altangi (1760) -- A dialogue by Elizabeth Montagu (1760) -- From a review of The history of Tom Fool (1760) -- From a letter written in the character of Lien Chi Altangi (1760) -- From a review of Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (1761) -- From a review of Tristram Shandy (1761)
  • From a review of Almoran and Hamet (1761) -- From a review of Eloisa (1761) -- 'On fictitious history', from Lectures on rhetoric, Hugh Blair (1762) -- From Essay on poetry and music, James Beattie (1776) -- From the introduction to The works of Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy (1762) -- The prefaces to The castle of Otranto (1764 and 1765) -- From Dissertation on the idea of universal poetry, Richard Hurd (1766) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, XXXVII (1767) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, XL (1770) -- From Something new, automathes (1772) -- From the review of De l'homme, et de la femme (1773) -- Three essays by J. and A. L. Aikin (1773) -- From volume III of The origin and progress of language, Lord Monboddo (1776) -- Preface to Liberal opinions, Samuel Pratt (1777) -- From the preface to The old English Baron (1778) -- Preface to Evelina (1778) -- 'On novel reading', Vicessimus Knox (1778)
  • Translator's preface to The sorrows of Werter (1779) -- From On fable and romance, James Beattie (1783) -- The lounger, 20, Henry Mackenzie (1785) -- From The observer, 27, Richard Cumberland (1785) -- From A commentary illustrating the poetics, Henry Pye (1786) -- The microcosm, 26, George Canning (1787) -- Olla Podrida, 15, Thomas Monroe (1787) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, LVII (1787) -- From Winter evenings, 115, Vicessimus Knox (1788) -- From a review of Emmeline (1788) -- Two essays from Variety, Anna Seward (1788) -- From the Gentleman's Magazine, LVIII (1788) -- Three reviews from The analytical review, III (1789) -- Review of The denial (1790) -- From a review of The labyrinths of life (1791) -- From a review of Theological, philosophical and moral essays (1791) --From The analytical review, XVI (1793) -- Two reviews from The analytical review, XVIII (1794)
  • From a review of The mysteries of Udolpho (1794) -- From a review of The mysteries of Udolpho (1794) -- From a review of Caleb Williams (1795) -- From Henry, Richard Cumberland (1795) -- From a review of Camilla (1796) -- From a review of The Italian (1797) -- From A view of the commencement and progress of romance, John Moore (1797) -- Five reviews from The British critic, X (1797) -- From a review of Santa Maria (1798)
Control code
58446
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 484 pages
Isbn
9780389010630
Lccn
70009802
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)544358

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