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  • Strathallanby Anna M Fitzer

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    A novel, which addresses central themes of adultery, obsession and inheritance. It follows the fortunes of Matilda Melbourne who displays virtue, delicacy and an unwavering commitment to the sometimes ruthless demands of parental authority. more...

  • The Histories of Some of the Penitents in the Magdalen Houseby Jennie Batchelor; Megan Hiatt

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    First published in 1759, this novel aims to promote the cause of the Magdalen House, a charity which sought to rehabilitate prostitutes by fitting them for a life of virtuous industry. It challenges long-standing prejudices against prostitutes by presenting them as victims of inadequate education, male libertinism and sexual double standards. more...

  • Romance Readers and Romance Writersby Christopher Goulding

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    This edition of Romance Readers and Romance Writers (1810) is the first modern scholarly publication of what is arguably Green's most famous novel. As with many of her other works, Green adopts numerous sophisticated methods to parody her contemporaries. more...

  • The Rash Resolve and Life's Progressby Carol Stewart

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    Eliza Haywood was one of the most popular and versatile writers of the eighteenth century. The two novellas in this edition – The Rash Resolve (1724) and Life’s Progress (1748) – show her developing and adapting her ideas on the subject of passion and romance. Though superficially presented as cautionary tales, Haywood introduces a feminist slant. more...

  • Juliaby Natasha Duquette

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    This critical edition of Julia is the first modern printing of a novel that blends the character development of a poet with critical reflections on social injustice. more...

  • The Citizenby Margaret S Yoon

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    Ann Gomersall’s The Citizen (1790) is an epistolary novel, written over two volumes. Gomersall came out of the merchant class in Leeds and little else is known about her, but she began writing to raise funds for her merchant husband to re-enter business after he lost his money. This is the first modern critical edition of Gomersall’s work. more...

  • The Corinna of England, or a Heroine in the Shade; A Modern Romanceby Sylvia Bordoni

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    A novel that helps you understand the British reaction to Corinne as well as of its cultural, social and gender implications. more...

  • Malvinaby Marijn S Kaplan

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 120.00

    Often linked to the works of early Romanticism, Sophie Cottin's Malvina (1803) was a bestselling sentimental novel. First published in France, the English translation by Elizabeth Gunning – a prolific novelist in her own right – allowed Cottin’s book to achieve success internationally. This is the first modern scholarly edition of Malvina. more...

  • The History of Lady Julia Mandevilleby Enit Karafili Steiner

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    Published in 1763, The History of Lady Julia Mandeville was Frances Brooke’s first and most successful novel. This modern critical edition contains an introductory essay on the text, endnotes and textual variants as well as appendices containing contemporary reviews and some of Brooke’s other writing. more...

  • The Private History of the Court of Englandby Fiona Price

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95

    Whilst an important and under-researched example of women's writing, scholars of Romanticism and the nineteenth century will also find much value in this challenging political satire. more...