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"Observations on Female Literature in General" (standard text version)

April, 2000
- from The Westminster Magazine (June 1776): 283-5
 

OBSERVATIONS ON FEMALE LITERATURE
IN GENERAL,
INCLUDING SOME PARTICULARS RELATING TO
MRS. MONTAGU AND MRS. BARBAULD.
[Embellished with an elegant ENGRAVING of those LADIES.]


           Happily we do not live in those days when prejudice condemned our women to ignorance to be deplored.

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- from The Westminster Magazine (June 1776): 283-5
 

OBSERVATIONS ON FEMALE LITERATURE
IN GENERAL,
INCLUDING SOME PARTICULARS RELATING TO
MRS. MONTAGU AND MRS.

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A Brief Publication History of _Wat Tyler_

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History of the 1831 Peasants' Rebellion

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Biographical Note on Robert Southey - Wat Tyler

August, 2004

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Annotations To The Text of _Wat Tyler_

August, 2004

Act III

August, 2001

ACT III

SCENE I:

The Garden of Elizabeth, at Belrive. – Morning. (Same as Act I, Scene II.)

Enter Clerval from terrace entrance.

CLER. What a delightful morning! It is an auspicious commencement of the day which is to make me happy in the possession of my love! Elizabeth yet sleeps, peaceful be her slumbers! [Love has awakened me – the freshness of the air, and the beauty of the scenery animate me to the height of cheerfulness – ] Soft, she approaches.

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