Frances Brooke, The History of Lady Julia Mandeville; Catharine . Maria Jane Jewsbury, Lays of Leisure Hours; Letitia Landon, The Venetian Bracelet.
Frances Brooke, The History of Lady Julia Mandeville; Catharine Macaulay, The History of England (1763–83); Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Embassy Letters (written 1716–18); Frances Sheridan, The Discovery. James Hargreaves invents the Spinning Jenny. Anna Laetitia Aikin, Poems; Hester Chapone, Letters on the Improvement of the Mind; Phillis Wheatley, Poems on Various Subjects. and Other Poems; Harriet Martineau, Traditions of Palestine; Sydney Owenson, The Book of the Boudoir.
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Anna Laetitia Aikin was born on June 20, 1743, in Leicestershire, England .
Anna Laetitia Aikin was born on June 20, 1743, in Leicestershire, England, the eldest daughter of John Aikin, a Dissenting clergyman and tutor of classical studies, and his wife, Jane Aikin. Anna married Rev. Rochemont Barbauld in 1774 and together with her husband established a school in Palgrave, where she taught and prepared lectures on natural history, geography, English composition, and history. Anna's interest in natural history and geography extended far outside her classroom walls; throughout her letters and poetry Anna writes of journeys to different countries and describes the animals and plant life found there.
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Published in 1763, The History of Lady Julia Mandeville was Frances Brooke's first and most successful novel. Prior to the publication of her own work, Brooke was well known as the translator of Marie Jeanne Riccoboni's Lettres de Milady Juliette Catesby a Milady Henriette Campley (1760). Engaging with several political and aesthetic issues of the day, Julia Mandeville considers forms of education, prescriptive gender roles and the institution of marriage
Anna Laetitia Aikin Barbauld Follow. Anna Laetitia Aikin was born on June 20, 1743, in Leicestershire, England, the eldest daughter of John Aikin, a Dissenting clergyman and tutor of classical studies, and his wife, Jane Aikin.
Anna Laetitia Aikin Barbauld Follow. Anna was praised by her parents for her remarkable intellect; her mother claimed that at the age of twenty months Anna could already read quite well. By the age of six, Anna had mastered French and Italian, as well as English. When old enough, Anna's parents allowed her to pursue a classical education at Warrington Academy, where her father was a tutor.
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Read online books written by Barbauld Anna Laetitia in our e-reader absolutely for free. Author of Eighteen Hundred And Eleven at ReadAnyBook. Barbauld was remembered only as a pedantic children's writer during the nineteenth century, and largely forgotten during the twentieth century, but the rise of feminist literary criticism in the 1980s renewed interest in her works and restored her place in literary history. Barbauld was born on 20 June 1743 at Kibworth Harcourt in Leicestershire, England. Her father, Reverend John Aikin, was headmaster of the Dissenting Kibworth Academy and minister at a nearby Presbyterian church.