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

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
Title
Women's writing, 1778-1838
Title remainder
an anthology
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edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson
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820.8/09287/09033
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PR1110.W6
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W68 2001
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non fiction
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Robertson, Fiona
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Oxford world's classics
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Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology, edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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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)
Control code
47674886
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
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)
Control code
47674886
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

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