JOHN's Head in a Charger, also Painted by her self' Anne Finch, Countess of Winchelsea, `The introduction' Mary Leapor, `Man the monarch' a1746 (B291) Rebecca Gould Gibson, `"My want of skill": apologias of British women poets, 1660-1800", pp. Lorsch (New York, Westport, London: Greenwood, 1988). Anne Finch, `Adam posed' 1709 (L12) Anne Finch, `The agreeable' (B36) Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `Saturday. PR 3539 L STL Jennifer Keith, `Elizabeth Carter', Dictionary of literary biography vol. PN 451 D5 1978 GENR [at ROBA] Paul Langford, `Middle-class schooling' (79-84) and `Women in polite society' (109-116), A polite and commercial people: England 1727-1783. Lorsch (New York, Westport, London: Greenwood press, 1988) NX 452 E56. Deborah Baker Wyrick, `Elizabeth Tollet', Dictionary of literary biography vol. (L66) Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `Verses on self-murder' 1736 (B191) Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `Epistle from Mrs Yonge to her husband' Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `Epistle from Arthur G--y' 1721 (B181) Mehitabel Wright, `Address to her husband' c1730? Dowling, `Introduction' and `Lyric and epistle', in The epistolary moment: the poetics of the eighteenth-century verse epistle (1991). PR 3765 W57 Z69 STL Kate Lilley, `True state within: women's elegy 1640-1700', Women, writing, history 1640-1740, ed. PR 113 W67 STL Lawrence Lipking, Abandoned women and poetic tradition. 79-86 of Eighteenth-century women and the arts, ed. The small pox' 1715/1716 (B179) Elizabeth Tollet, from `Hypatia' 1724 (L99) Mary Barber, `Written for my son, and spoken by him at his first putting on breeches' 1731 (L120) Mary Jones, `After the small pox' 1750 (B282) Mary Leapor, `Dorinda at her glass' a1746 (B284) Mary Leapor, `An essay on woman' a1746 (L207) Mary Whately, `The Vanity of external accomplishments' 1764 (L260) Week 3 (Sept 27) (1994). Felicity Nussbaum, `"The Sex's Flight": women and time in Swift's poetry' and `"The Glory, Jest, and Riddle of the Town": women in Pope's poetry 137-143' & `Conclusion', 1714 (Mc Govern 1996, pp. Chapman, `Authors and booksellers', Johnson's England, ed. DA 4 STL Ellen Messer-Davidow, `"For softness she": gender ideology and aesthetics in eighteenth-century England', 45-55 of Eighteenth-century women and the arts, ed. (L111) Laetitia Pilkington, `Sorrow' (L140) The amorous lady, `A letter to my love' & `To my love' (L147) Week 11 (Nov 22) 11. PR 559 E75 D69 STL Isobel Grundy, `Ovid and eighteenth-century divorce: an unpublished poem by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu', Review of English Studies ns 23, no. PR 3765 W57 Z69 STL Laura Mandel, `Demystifying (with) the repugnant female body: Mary Leapor and feminist literary history', Criticism 38.4 (1996): 551-582. Interprets Leapor's responses to Swift's "anti-blasons". 115-119)] Anne Finch, `The misantrope' (Mc Govern 1996, p. Female feeling and its forms: elegies Anne Finch, `On the death of the queen' 1718/1903 Elizabeth Rowe, `Upon the death of her husband' 1719 (L49) Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `Epitaph' 1718 (L61) Elizabeth Tollet, `On a death's head' 1724 (L98) Mehitabel Wright, `To an infant expiring the second day of its birth' 1733 and `An epitaph on herself' a1750 (L115) Elizabeth Boyd, `On the death of an infant of five days old, being a beautiful but abortive birth' 1733 (L135) Elizabeth Carter, `On the death of Mrs.Tags: Defining A Family EssayNew Year Eve EssayEssays Of HamletPersuasive Essay TitlesRalph Waldo Emerson 1841 Essay CirclesTechnology Industrial Revolution EssayBusiness Related Topics For Research PaperDissertations Writing ServicesPersuasive Essay Worksheets
Texts for a few other poems on the syllabus are (or will be) linked to this home page; you're responsible for downloading these in time for class.
These texts are for the use of ENG442Y students only.
Patricia Bellamy's handout from the Jan 3rd library instruction session is now on line.
Jack Lynch's wonderful C18th site has links to electronic texts and to other great resources for the study of the eighteenth century.
If you're logging on from a "utoronto" server, you should have access to bibliographical indexes like those on Literature Online ("Search secondary sources") and the MLA Bibliography. (ABELL: From "Literature online", select "Reference works". Dowling, `The commonwealth of letters', in The epistolary moment: the poetics of the eighteenth-century verse epistle (1991). John Feather, `The expanding trade', in A history of British publishing (London and New York: Routledge, 1988). The woman poet at home Sarah Fyge Egerton, `The liberty' 1703 (B11) Sarah Fyge Egerton, `The emulation' 1703 (B15) Anne Finch, `To Mr. Mr C-' 1734 (L122) Annabella Blount, [A cure for poetry] 1741 (L186) Mary Leapor, `The epistle of Deborah Dough' a1746 (L209) Mary Whateley, `On the author's husband desiring her to write some verses' c1780 (L261) Anna Laetitia Barbauld, `Washing-day' 1797 (L308) Readings: puddings and poetry Richard Greene, `Problems of the woman poet', in Mary Leapor. Keener and Lorsch (New York, Westport, London: Greenwood, 1988). Not on STL.] Jayne Elizabeth Lewis, `In her "transparent Laberynth": obstructions of poetic justice in Anne Finch's fables', The English fable. Messenger, `Selected nightingales and an "Augustan" sensibility', English studies in Canada 6.2 (1980): 145-153. Women and education: nature, nurture Elizabeth Thomas, `On Sir J- S- saying in a sarcastic manner, my books would make me mad. Strategic retreats: Anne Finch and `public privacy' Anne Finch, `Mercury and the elephant, a prefatory fable' 1713 & Anne Finch, `The critick and writer of fables' 1713 Anne Finch, from The petition for an absolute retreat 1713 (L15) Anne Finch, `A nocturnal reverie' 1713 (B 33) Anne Finch, `A ballad to Mrs Catherine Fleming in London from Malshanger Farm in Hampshire' c1719/1929 (L23) Elizabeth Singer Rowe, `To Mrs. Dowling, `Augustan audience', The epistolary moment: the poetics of the eighteenth-century verse epistle (1991). Hinnant, `The darkening green' and `The critic and the writer of fables', The poetry of Anne Finch: an essay in interpretation (1994).