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The volume reminds us why we fell in love with this period. The range of authors covered in the encyclopaedia, while not exhaustive, should definitely be sufficient for most undergraduate or postgraduate students.
The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Eighteenth-century Writers and Writing 1660 - 1789
Added to Your Shopping Cart. Bowden regularly published his own poetry in the Bath Journal and, encouraged her to write and publish poetry there too.
After the death of her father she married Robert Clark of Tetbury in and moved there. Her works were popular and reprinted over the subsequent decades.
She arranged a collection of her own works at the prompting of her husband, which were published for charity in , as Poems Moral and Entertaining. This contains a letter to an anonymous lady in London who is thought to be Sarah Fielding , sister of Henry Fielding , whom she had befriended at Bath around Many names have multiple entries because of an elaborate cross-referencing of relationships and connections. As befits the nature of encyclopedias, complex relationships are rendered succinctly rather than subtly: Johnson said to James Boswell another skeptical admirer that he regretted that Wesley was never at leisure to pursue a conversation to its end.
Information on the major figures is sufficient, given the inherent limitations of the encyclopedia format. The bulky entry on Swift, for example, manages to cover his lesser-known works in detail as well as his better-known pieces. As with any good collection of biographical essays, one finds many humanizing snippets that bring the century closer to us than any accumulation of facts and dates can do.