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All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn

Aphra Behn

All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn

intire in two volumes.

by Aphra Behn

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Published by W. Feales [etc.] in London .
Written in English


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StatementPublished by Mr. Charles Gildon.
ContributionsGildon, Charles, 1665-1724.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19263952M

The Histories And Novels of the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn () states that Behn was born to Bartholomew Johnson, a barber, and Elizabeth Denham, a wet-nurse. [5] [6] Colonel Thomas Colepeper, the only person who claimed to have known her as a child, wrote in Adversaria that she was born at " Sturry or Canterbury " [b] to a Mr Johnson and that.


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Written by the Command of King Charles the Second. The Fair Jilt; Or, Prince Tarquin. III. Agnes de Castro; Or, the Force of generous Love. Each volume has also, as special t.p., a reproduction of the original t.p.; v. Plays written by the late ingenious Mrs.

Behn. In four volumes 3d ed., London, ; v. All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn, intire in two volumes. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes Each volume has also, as special t.-p., a reproduction of the original t.p.; v. Plays written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Like all Behn's works, very uncommon in trade and at auction where one copy only appears in the records from Aphra Benn was the first English woman to earn her living by her pen as dramatist and novelist, breaking a series of cultural barriers and becoming a role model for future generations of writers.

The Histories And Novels of the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn () states that Behn was born to Bartholomew Johnson, a barber, and Elizabeth Denham, a wet-nurse. [5] [6] Colonel Thomas Colepeper, the only person who claimed to have known her as a child, wrote in Adversaria that she was born at " Sturry or Canterbury " [b] to a Mr Johnson and that Born: Canterbury, Kingdom of England.

All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn entire in one volume: together with the history of the life and memoirs of Mrs. Behn never before printed / by one of the fair sex ; intermix'd with pleasant love-letters that pass'd betwixt her and Minheer Van Brun, a Dutch merchant, with her character of the countrey and lover: and her love-letters to a gentleman in.

Full title. All the Histories and Novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn Intire in One Volume: Together with the History of the Life and Memoirs of Mrs Behn, by one of the Fair Sex; Intermix'd with Pleasant Love Letters that pass'd betwixt her and Minheer Van Bruin, a Dutch Merchant; with her Character of the Country and Lover: and her Love Letters to a Gentleman.

All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn (A); contains Oroonoko, The Fair Jilt, Agnes de Castro, The Lover's Watch, The Ladies Looking-glass, The Lucky Mistake, and Love-Letters [to a Gentleman] and adds "Memoirs of the Court of the King of Bantam," "The Nun, or The Perjur'd Beauty," and "The Adventure of Author: Mary Ann O'Donnell.

One volume "All The Histories and Novels Written by The Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn", in one volume, published London Auction Details July A Memoir of Miss Hannah Adams, Written by Herself with Additional Notices, by a Friend. Boston: Gray and Bowen, Aphra Behn. All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs.

Behn. London: Printed for the Chapman at the Angel, Third edition with additions. Frances Hodgson Burnett, Book is in typical used-Good Condition. The Widdow Ranter; The Younger Brother; The Histories and Novels of the late Ingenious Mrs Behn; The Unfortunate Bride; The Wandring Beauty; Histories, Novels, and Translations Written by the Most Ingenious Mrs Behn; Plays Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs Behn; Section BA: Works edited or translated.

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Behn never before printed / by one of the fair sex ; intermix'd with pleasant love-letters that pass'd betwixt her and Minheer Van Brun, a Dutch merchant, with her. All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn. London: Printed for the Chapman at the Angel, Third edition with additions.

The volume shown is the only known complete copy of the Chapman third edition with additions. English [] Verb []. guard one's tongue. To be careful in what one says; to avoid divulging information or speaking in a way considered to be inappropriate or offensive.

Aphra Behn, “Love-Letters to a Gentleman,” Letter 3, in All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn, London: Samuel Briscoe, p. 47, [ ] though I scorn to guard my Tongue.

All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn: entire in one volume: together with the history of the life and memoirs of Mrs. Behn never before printed / by: Behn, Aphra, Published: () All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs.

Behn: entire in one volume. Aphra Behn (baptized 10 July - 16 April ) was an English poet, playwright, and novelist, one of the earliest English professional female writers. Her writing contributed to the amatory fiction genre of British literature.

Behn was the daughter of a barber named Johnston, but went with a relative whom she called father to Surinam, of which he had been appointed Governor. Born: Aphra Johnson 10 July Wye, Kent.

Nevertheless, Oroonoko was indeed Behn’s masterpiece and Briscoe’s All The Histories and Novels Written by The Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn was published many times over in printing houses throughout London. Interestingly, we were able to locate a translation of Oroonoko into French.

The French edition features an inscription stating that the. One volume "Select Novels and Histories Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs Behn" published W Meares, F Clay and D Browne, London circatooled leather-bound with tooled and gilded spine Antiques and Home Interiors with Musical and Scientific consignments.

All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn entire in one volume: together with the history of the life and memoirs of Mrs.

Behn never before printed / by one of the fair sex ; intermix'd with pleasant love-letters that pass'd betwixt her and Minheer Van Brun, a Dutch merchant, with her character of the countrey and. Fourth edition of All the Histories and Novels. Dryden dies 1 May; buried in Westminster Abbey.

Reissue of the fourth edition of All the Histories and Novels. Histories, Novels, and Translations Written by the Most Ingenious Mrs Behn, probably issued as a companion volume to the reissued fourth edition of All the Histories.

Aphra Behn. The Round-heads or, The Good Old Cause as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre. London: Printed for R. Wellington, [see Aphra_Behn] (This is not the first edition, which was ) All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs.

Behn. London: Printed for the Chapman at the Angel, Third edition with. All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn: intire in two volumes / published by Mr. Charles Gildon Behn, Aphra, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries.

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All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn, Intire in One Volume In a review of George Whicher’s The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, Virginia Woolf spoke of Eliza Haywood as a “writer of no importance,” noting dismissively that “people who write books do not necessarily add anything to the.

All the Histories and Novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn Together with the Life and Memoirs of Mrs. Behn. By One of the Fair Sex Fifth edition, corrected, etc. [With a dedicatory epistle by C. Gildon.].

OROONOKO by Aphra Behn, Janet Todd (Editor) ISBN: books from Pickabook ** We are currently unable to dispatch outside the UK ** Visit our new collection website Book Description.

This annotated bibliography constitutes a thoroughly revised and more easily readable study of Behn's publications, of those edited or translated by her, of publications that included her works, and of writings ascribed to her, along with an annotated bibliography of over works about her from towith an unannotated update covering Behn (Aphra) All the Histories and Novels written by the late ingenious Mrs.

Behn, entire in one volume. Viz. The history of Oroonoko, or the Royal slave. Written by the command of King Charles the Second. The fair jilt, or Prince Tarquin. III. Agnes de Castro, or the Force of generous love.

The lovers watch, or the. Aphra Behn (died ) – The Histories and Novels of the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn; Charles Leslie – The Snake in the Grass; Mary Pix – The Inhumane Cardinal; or, Innocence Betray'd (novel) John Suckling – The Works of Sir John Suckling; John Tillotson – The Works of John Tillotson; Drama.

John Banks – Cyrus the Great, or The Tragedy. The Histories And Novels of the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn () states that Behn was born to Bartholomew Johnson, a barber, and Elizabeth Denham, a wet-nurse. [4] [5] Colonel Thomas Colepeper, the only person who claimed to have known her as a child, wrote in Adversaria that she was born at "Sturry or Canterbury" to a Mr Johnson and that she.

The plays, histories, and novels of the ingenious Mrs. Aphra Behn. With life and memoirs. Complete in six volumes (London: J.

Pearson, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Plays written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn (London, Printed for M. Poulson, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Plays written by the late ingenious Mrs.

Behn: in four. Barnaby, Schnell, and Ballaster base this assertion on the anonymous biography written shortly after Behn’s death in All the Histories and Novels Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn (London, ), p. It is unfortunate that these scholars treat this highly improbably statement (that Behn’s dispatches were “laughed at”) as though it were : Melinda S.

Zook. Behn, Aphra. and Fatouville, Anne Mauduit de. The emperor of the moon [microform]: a farce: as it is acted by Their Majesties servants at the Queens Theatre / written by Mrs. Behn Printed by R.

Holt for Joseph Knight and Francis Saunders London Australian/Harvard Citation. Behn, Aphra. & Fatouville, Anne Mauduit de. purportedly complete collection of Behn's prose fiction, titled All the Histo? ries and Novels, Written by the Late Ingenious Mrs.

Behn, innor in Summers's standard edition, even though he says it is "certainly" her work (I, xliv) Aside from being too close to real events to measure up to some.The Histories And Novels of the Late Ingenious Mrs.

Behn () states that Behn was born to Bartholomew Johnson, a barber, and Elizabeth Denham, a wet-nurse. [5] [6] Colonel Thomas Colepeper, the only person who claimed to have known her as a child, wrote in Adversaria that she was born at " Sturry or Canterbury " [lower-alpha 2] to a Mr.

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