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Fri Mar 21 17:17:01 2014 UTClccn-n841360920.06Summer's walk, to view the beauties of nature0.460.96The literary career of Anna Laetitia Barbauld9896232Anna_Laetitia_Barbauldn 841360921214642<<A>> dissenter, 1743-1825<<A>> volunteer, 1743-1825Aiken, Anna Letitia, 1743-1825Aikin, A. L. 1743-1825Aikin, Anna Lætitia, 1743-1825Aikin, Anna LeĢtitia.Aikin, Anna Letitia, 1743-1825Aikin Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 1743-1825Author of Lessons for children.Author of Lessons for children, 1743-1825Barbauld.Barbauld, A. L.Barbauld, A. L. 1743-1825Barbauld, A. L. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825Barbauld, Agnese Lucia (Aikin), 1743-1825Barbauld, Anna 1743-1825Barbauld, Anna LaetitiaBarbauld, Anna Laetitia, 1743-1825Barbauld, Anna Letitia.Barbauld, Anna Letitia, 1743-1825Barbauld, L.Barbauld, Madame.Barbauld, Mrs.Barbauld, Mrs, 1743-1825Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia Aikin), 1743-1825Barbault, Anna LetitiaBarbault, Anna Letitia 1743-1825Barbaut, Anna Letitia, 1743-1825Barbol'd.Dissenter, 1743-1825Lessons for children, Author of, 1743-1825Mrs. BarbauldPani Barbauld.Volunteer.Volunteer, 1743-1825lccn-n50037346Aikin, John1747-1822antlccn-n84180382McCarthy, William1942-lccn-n86080094Watkins, Daniel P.1952-lccn-n91010002Kraft, Elizabethlccn-n79061006Edgeworth, Maria1768-1849lccn-n80037044Richardson, Samuel1689-1761lccn-n83170964Akenside, Mark1721-1770lccn-n84805863Aikin, Lucy1781-1864auiedtlccn-n50015673Wilberforce, William1759-1833lccn-n80075853Burney, Fanny1752-1840BarbauldMrs(Anna Letitia)1743-1825Juvenile worksPoetryRecords and correspondenceSermonsFictionBiographyPrayersPortraitsHistoryDevotional literatureBarbauld,--Mrs.--(Anna Letitia),Great BritainNatural theologyEnglish literature--Women authorsPoeticsWomen and literaturePhilosophyEnglish poetryImaginationWomen authors, EnglishConduct of lifeHymns, EnglishEnglish prose literatureEnlightenmentRichardson, Samuel,Edgeworth, Maria,Children's literaturePoetrySlave tradeCorporation Act (England and Wales : 1661)Political ethicsOlder womenOld age--Social aspectsBurney, Fanny,Children's storiesMaximsAuthors, EnglishCowper, William,Wakefield, Gilbert,Public worshipDevotional literatureSlaveryPoets, EnglishMoral conditionsSinsNovelists, EnglishChildren--Conduct of lifeDevotional poetryReligious poetry, EnglishEnglish literatureChristian literature for childrenAntislavery movementsSermons, EnglishNature--Religious aspects--ChristianityAnimalsCivicsTest Act 1673 (England and Wales)Women authorsChildren's stories, EnglishEngland1743182517701772177317741775177617771778177917801781178217831784178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318141815181618171818181918201821182218231824182518261827182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188618871888188918901892189318961898190019011902190419051906190719081911191819201953195819611963196619681969197019711973197419761977197919801983198419881990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014228997942734821.6AC1ocn002842697ocn006758217ocn586365717ocn016409642ocn793553669ocn008445716ocn838482007ocn838481354ocn838481966ocn180510719ocn838719301ocn838721442ocn838719175ocn832667293ocn838719223ocn838720333ocn832157709ocn838720830ocn833295269ocn833701699ocn000812552ocn670359010ocn460578364ocn460578376ocn460731380ocn460578373ocn460578380ocn460578337ocn460578369ocn458395209ocn460578349ocn458384216ocn026385567ocn041276975ocn157032043ocn723923171ocn063661254ocn4575236144141389ocn003121455book17810.08BarbauldHymns in prose for childrenJuvenile worksDevotional literatureFictionPoetryPrayersA collection of inspirational and moral tracts published for children at the end of the eighteenth century to encourage reading and strength of character1444251ocn642312247book17920.22Aikin, JohnEvenings at home ; or, the juvenile budget opened. Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, for the instruction and amusement of young persons.Juvenile worksFictionPoetryPopular worksIncludes fables, fairy tales, dialogues, dramas, poems, etc. divided into thirty "evenings," or chapters+-+367562893682254ocn027936093file17730.88Cowper, WilliamPoemsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryPortraits+-+901064459663544ocn642715307file17730.76Aikin, JohnMiscellaneous pieces, in prose by J. and A.L. AikinCriticism, interpretation, etc51525ocn000355932book18040.70Richardson, SamuelThe correspondence of Samuel Richardson ... selected from the original manuscripts, bequeathed by him to his family, to which are prefixed, a biographical account of that author, and observations on his writingsBiographyRecords and correspondence4684ocn026933472book19940.70BarbauldThe poems of Anna Letitia Barbauld"This volume brings together for the first time all the known poems of English writer Anna Letitia Barbauld (1743-1825), a once esteemed but long neglected figure whose career spanned the Age of Sensibility and the Romantic Era. William McCarthy and Elizabeth Kraft have collected 171 of her poems, including twenty-four previously unpublished and eleven conjectural attributions. This is the first scholarly edition of any writings of Barbauld, a brilliant woman whose interests ranged from literary criticism to history and affairs of state to children's stories. At the end of the eighteenth century, Barbauld may well have been the most eminent living poet, male or female, in Britain." "Barbauld belongs almost equally to two generations. Her verse displays an eighteenth-century adherence to balance, common sense, and poetic diction and meter, but it also celebrates the individual, the passionate, and the fanciful in a clearly Romantic manner. In the current reconfiguring of Romanticism, Barbauld provides an important contrast to the major male poets who have, until recently, defined the era - poets who clearly acknowledged her influence on their own work, yet who played a role in Barbauld's lapse into obscurity in the century after her death. Coleridge, before a serious falling out with Barbauld, admired her greatly, and Wordsworth confessed that he wished the final eight lines of her poem "Life" had been of his own composing. Walter Savage Landor ranked her "Summer Evening's Meditation" among the finest poems in the English language." "Barbauld's poems have retained their capacity to delight readers; they are witty, learned, imaginative, and unpredictable in both choice and treatment of subject. Read as a whole, this collection reveals a striking variety of style and voice and provides the basis for a major - and long overdue - reevaluation of Barbauld's poetry. McCarthy and Kraft present unmodernized texts of the poems that reflect as nearly as possible the author's final intention and give variant readings in textual notes. A lengthy introduction includes a discussion of the poems, a history of their composition and publication, and an outline of Barbauld's life and writing career."--BOOK JACKET+-+637068573545732ocn704303245file17890.79BarbauldAn address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts43717ocn065318860file17910.81BarbauldEpistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the rejection of the bill for abolishing the slave tradePoetry42127ocn083437602com17920.76BarbauldRemarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into the expediency and propriety of public or social worship By Anna Laetitia Barbauld39848ocn043588605book17940.86Akenside, MarkThe pleasures of imagination. By Mark Akenside, M.D. To which is prefixed a critical essay on the poem, by Mrs. BarbauldPoetry+-+047722903632627ocn031740220book18120.88BarbauldEighteen hundred and elevenHistoryPoetry+-+112622903632424922ocn015439529book17880.08BarbauldLessons for children from four to five years oldJuvenile worksFiction24422ocn015448594book17790.21BarbauldLessons for childrenJuvenile worksFiction22521ocn186534823file17930.79BarbauldSins of government, sins of the nation, or, A discourse for the fast appointed on April 19, 1793Sermons2189ocn015574316book18160.06BarbauldSummer's walk, to view the beauties of natureJuvenile worksPoetry21121ocn062824580com17880.08BarbauldLessons for children, from two to four years old20423ocn426045426book18080.06BarbauldHymns in prose, for the use of children. [Two lines from Psalms]20319ocn062823954com17970.08Aikin, JohnEvenings at home ; or, The juvenile budget opened. Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, for the instruction and amusement of young persons. Vol. I[-IV]Juvenile worksFiction2029ocn083509929file17920.70BarbauldCivic sermons to the people. Number I. Nay, why even of yourselves, judge ye not what is rightSermons20014ocn062824569com17950.08BarbauldEvening tales consisting of miscellaneous pieces for the amusement and instruction of children.Juvenile worksFiction8624ocn793012732file20120.53Watkins, Daniel PAnna Letitia Barbauld and eighteenth-century visionary poeticsHistory"In this first critical study of Anna Letitia Barbauld's major work, Daniel P. Watkins reveals the singular purpose of Barbauld's visionary poems: to recreate the world based on the values of liberty and justice. Watkins examines in close detail both the form and content of Barbauld's Poems, originally published in 1773 and revised and reissued in 1792. Along with providing careful readings of the poems, readings that situate the works in their broader political, historical, and philosophical contexts, Watkins explores the relevance of the introductory epigraphs and the importance of the poems' placement throughout the volume. At the center of Watkins's study is Barbauld's effort to develop a visionary poetic stance. He argues that the deliberate arrangement of the poems creates a coherent portrayal of Barbauld's poetic, political, and social vision, a vision born of her deep belief that the principles of love, sympathy, liberty, and pacifism are necessary for a secure and meaningful human reality. In tracing the contours of this effort, Watkins examines, in particular, the tension in Barbauld's poetry between her desire to engage directly with the political realities of the world and her equally strong longing for a pastoral world of peace and prosperity. Scholars of British literature and women writers will welcome this important study of one of the eighteenth century's foremost writers."--Project Muse4802ocn225533589book20080.70McCarthy, WilliamAnna Letitia Barbauld : voice of the enlightenmentHistoryBiography"Poet, teacher, essayist, political writer, editor, and critic, Anna Letitia Barbauld was venerated by contemporaries on both sides of the Atlantic, among them the young Walter Scott, the young Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Boston Unitarians such as William Ellery Channing. After decades in the historical limbo into which almost all work by women writers of her era was swept, Barbauld's writings on citizenly ethics, identity politics, church-state relations, and empire are still deeply relevant today. Inquiring and witty as well as principled and passionate, Barbauld was a voice for the Enlightenment in an age of revolution and reaction." "Based on more than fifteen years of research in dozens of libraries and archives across five countries, this is the first full-length biography of one of the foremost women writers in Georgian England."--Jacket+-+51654365353523ocn190620989book20080.79Looser, DevoneyWomen writers and old age in Great Britain, 1750-1850HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"This study explores the later lives and writings of more than two dozen British women authors active during the long eighteenth century." "Drawing on biographical materials, literary texts, and reception histories, Devoney Looser finds that, far from fading into moribund old age, female literary greats toiled for decades after they achieved acclaim - despite seemingly concerted attempts by literary gatekeepers to marginalize their later contributions." "Illuminating the powerful and often poorly recognized legacy of the British women writers who spurred a marketplace revolution in their earlier years only to find unanticipated barriers to acceptance in later life. Looser opens up new scholarly territory in the burgeoning field of women's studies and aging."--BOOK JACKET+-+90523365352116ocn003267551book18250.56BarbauldThe works of Anna Lætitia Barbauld. With a memoirBiography1661ocn050582884book20010.76BarbauldSelected poetry and prose+-+36976660061615ocn001118575book18740.92BarbauldMemoir, letters, and a selection from the poems and prose writings of Anna Laetitia BarbauldJuvenile worksBiographyRecords and correspondence1535ocn000625600book19580.84Aikin-Sneath, BetsyGeorgian chronicle; Mrs. Barbauld & her family1449ocn001069175book18740.79Le Breton, Anna LetitiaMemoir of Mrs. Barbauld, including letters and notices of her family and friendsBiography1392ocn065332981com17930.79BarbauldSins of government, sins of the nation, or, A discourse for the fast appointed on April 19, 1793Sermons1275ocn015708930book18830.79Ritchie, Anne ThackerayA book of sibyls : Mrs. Barbauld, Miss Edgeworth, Mrs. Opie, Miss AustenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+29767535661154ocn015690692book18770.93Murch, JeromMrs. Barbauld and her contemporaries sketches of some eminent literary and scientific English womenBiography1104ocn058732467book20030.86Janowitz, AnneWomen romantic poets : Anna Barbauld and Mary RobinsonCriticism, interpretation, etcJanowitz introduces readers to the lives and works of two of the most influential women poets of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Along with Wordsworth and Coleridge and Southey, they defined themes of romantic poetry, exploring the interiority of the self and the relation of self to society and nature+-+2143581925324821ocn048836932book20010.86Wakefield, DickAnna Laetitia BarbauldBiography+-+8096555545501ocn644679206com20070.50Nineteenth-Century literature criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcPresents literary criticism on the works of nineteenth-century writers of all genres, nations, and cultures. Critical essays are selected from leading sources, including published journals, magazines, books, reviews, diaries, broadsheets, pamphlets, and scholarly papers. Criticism includes early views from the author's lifetime as well as later views, including extensive collections of contemporary analysis+-+8103412325354ocn062079318com18860.92Oliver, Grace AThe story of the life of Anna Laetitia Barbauld with many of her letters203ocn862092487book20130.47Anna Letitia Barbauld : new perspectivesCriticism, interpretation, etc63ocn007416089book19690.96Moore, Catherine ElizabethThe literary career of Anna Laetitia BarbauldBiography52ocn030709525book19930.96Robbins, Sarah RDomestic didactics : nineteenth-century American literary pedagogy by Barbauld, Stowe, and Addams41ocn191250888book18280.25BarbauldSelections from the works of Mrs. Barbauld : with extracts from Miss Aikins memoir of that lady ; arranged for the use of young persons by Mrs. Hughes41ocn015300870book18760.47Murch, JeromMrs. Barbauld and her contemporaries : a paper read before the Bath Literary and Philosophical Association, October 20th 1876+-+6370685735+-+6370685735Fri Mar 21 15:09:53 EDT 2014batch67789