18th-century English novelists

2017-07-31T09:32:12+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Frances Brooke, Richard Graves, John Holt (author), Penelope Aubin, Edward Kimber, Elizabeth Bonhôte, Elizabeth Gunning (translator), William Dodd (priest), Sophia Lee, Anna Maria Bennett, Frances Jacson, George Walker (novelist), Sophia Briscoe, Joseph Moser, Charlotte Charke, Cornelia Knight, Robert Bage, Robert Paltock, Francis Lathom, Francis Coventry, Regina Maria Roche, Mary Robinson (poet), Samuel Jackson Pratt flashcards 18th-century English novelists
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  • Frances Brooke
    Frances Brooke (née Moore; 12 January 1724 – 23 January 1789) was an English novelist, essayist, playwright and translator.
  • Richard Graves
    Richard Graves (4 May 1715 – 23 November 1804) was an English minister, poet, and novelist.
  • John Holt (author)
    John Holt (1743 – 21 March 1801) was an English author.
  • Penelope Aubin
    Penelope Aubin (c. 1679 – 1738?) was an English novelist, poet, and translator.
  • Edward Kimber
    Edward Kimber (1719–1769) was an English novelist, journalist and compiler of reference works.
  • Elizabeth Bonhôte
    Elizabeth Bonhôte, née Mapes (baptised 11 April 1744 – 11 June 1818) was an English novelist, essayist and poet.
  • Elizabeth Gunning (translator)
    Elizabeth Gunning (1769–1823) was a French into English translator and a novelist.
  • William Dodd (priest)
    William Dodd (29 May 1729 – 27 June 1777) was an English Anglican clergyman and a man of letters.
  • Sophia Lee
    Sophia Lee (1750 – 13 March 1824) was an English novelist, dramatist and educator.
  • Anna Maria Bennett
    Anna Maria Bennett (ca. 1750 – 12 February 1808) was an English novelist.
  • Frances Jacson
    Frances Margaretta Jacson (born 13 October 1754 at Bebington, Cheshire, died 17 June 1842 at Somersal Herbert, Derbyshire) was an English novelist whose work shows a strong moral purpose.
  • George Walker (novelist)
    George Walker (December 24, 1772 – February 8, 1847) was an English gothic novelist.
  • Sophia Briscoe
    Sophia Briscoe (fl. 1770s) was an 18th-century English novelist.
  • Joseph Moser
    Joseph Moser (1748 – 22 May 1819) was an English artist, author, and magistrate.
  • Charlotte Charke
    Charlotte Charke (née Cibber, also Charlotte Secheverell, aka Charles Brown) (13 January 1713 – 6 April 1760) was an English actress, playwright, novelist, autobiographer, and noted transvestite.
  • Cornelia Knight
    Ellis Cornelia Knight (1757 – 17 December 1837, Paris) was a writer and painter who socialized with many of the notable personalities of the late reign of George III: Horatio Nelson, Lord and Lady Hamilton, the Prince Regent, the Princess of Wales, and the Princess Charlotte.
  • Robert Bage
    Robert Bage (11 March 1730 – 1 September 1801) was an English businessman and novelist.
  • Robert Paltock
    Robert Paltock (1697–1767) was an English novelist and attorney.
  • Francis Lathom
    Francis Lathom (14 July 1774 – 19 May 1832) was a British gothic novelist and playwright.
  • Francis Coventry
    Francis Coventry (1725 – 1754?) was an English cleric and novelist, best known for The History of Pompey the Little.
  • Regina Maria Roche
    Regina Maria Roche (1764–1845) is considered today to be a minor Gothic novelist who wrote in the shadow of Ann Radcliffe.
  • Mary Robinson (poet)
    Mary Robinson (née Darby) (27 November 1757? – 26 December 1800) was an English actress, poet, dramatist, novelist, and celebrity figure.
  • Samuel Jackson Pratt
    Samuel Jackson Pratt (25 December 1749 – 4 October 1814) was a prolific English poet, dramatist and novelist, writing under the pseudonym of "Courtney Melmoth" as well as under his own name.