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Hester : the remarkable life of Dr Johnson's 'dear mistress'

Auteur: Ian McIntyre
Uitgever: London : Constable, 2008.
Editie/Formaat:   Gedrukt boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
Database:WorldCat
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"Hester Salusbury was a child prodigy. Later, as Hester Thrale, her wit, learning and vivacity would attract the greats of the day, Joshua Reynolds, Fanny Burney, Boswell, David Garrick and Edmund Burke, to the household at Streatham Park. She published to great popularity and acclaim on Johnson, irritating the hell out of Boswell, and remains one of our most perceptive sources. One of our first female historians, a  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Biography
History
biografi
Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
McIntyre, Ian, 1931-
Hester.
London : Constable, 2008
(OCoLC)649527900
Genoemd persoon: Hester Lynch Piozzi; Samuel Johnson; Piozzi; Johnson; Samuel Johnson; Hester Lynch Piozzi; Samuel Johnson; Hester Lynch Piozzi
Genre: Biografie, Internetbron
Soort document Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ian McIntyre
ISBN: 9781845294496 1845294491
OCLC-nummer: 244314892
Beschrijving: xiii, 450 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Inhoud: 1741-63: Hester Salusbury --
1. Daughter of Wales --
2. Great Expectations --
3. The Bartered Bride --
1763-84: Hester Thrale --
4. Mistress of Streatham --
5. Enter James Boswell --
6. Thrale's Annus Horribilis --
7. Siberian Winter --
8. Travelling Hopefully --
9. 'Surely We are Made of Iron' --
10. Fair Stood the Wind for France --
11. 'An Unforeseen and Heavy Calamity' --
12. The Book with the Foolish Name --
13. Enter Little Burney --
14. The Flight of Time --
15. 'Like a Cock at Shrove Tide' --
16. A Farewell to Trade --
17. Hoarded Folly --
18. No Mercy on This Island --
1784-1821: Hester Piozzi --
19. Second Marriage, First Honeymoon --
20. The Day War Broke Out --
21. 'Our Magic Lanthern of Perpetual Motion' --
22. Pen and Ink Conversation --
23. God Save the King! --
24. Land of the Mountain and the Flood --
25. Streatham Regained --
26. Bozzy's Revenge --
27. Land of Her Fathers --
28. 'Justice! The Law! My Ducats, and My Daughter!' --
29. Piccolino --
30. Buzzers and Stingers --
31. 'Cruel Death' --
32. Widow Piozzi --
33. Going, Going, Gone --
34. 'Old Bath Cat' --
35. Conway --
36. Land's End --
37. 'No Epilogue, I Pray You; for Your Play Needs No Excuse.' --
Suggestions for Further Reading.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Ian McIntyre.

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Hester Thrale's relationship with Dr Johnson has been the subject of endless speculation. She was his sparring partner, his most intimate confidante, his 'Dear Mistress', and one of the most  Meer lezen...

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