Ann Radcliffe: A Bio-Bibliography by Deborah RogersAnn Radcliffe: A Bio-Bibliography by Deborah Rogers

Ann Radcliffe: A Bio-Bibliography

byDeborah Rogers

Hardcover | January 1, 1996

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Ann Radcliffe wrote some of the most electrifying and popular novels of her day. Not only is she one of the most important "Mothers" of the novel, she almost singlehandedly developed the Female Gothic to explore female experience. This form has achieved almost mythical status. This volume is an indispensible guide to the life and work of this pioneering woman novelist. A biography provides new information on Radcliffe from a source that has been virtually ignored, the one substantial extant manuscript, her forty-two leaf commonplace book, which is in deteriorating condition. The remainder of the book is an extensive annotated bibliography of works by Radcliffe and critical studies of her writing. Included are entries for early and modern editions, early reviews, and bibliographic studies. Two chapters are devoted to 20th-century critical studies of Radcliffe, in response to the growing amount of material being written about her. Appendices record her artistic legacy as presented in adaptations, imitations, parodies, and abridgments; and the volume includes a list of works falsely attributed to her.
Title:Ann Radcliffe: A Bio-BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 9.58 × 6.44 × 0.83 inPublished:January 1, 1996Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313283796

ISBN - 13:9780313283796

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"Rogers's annotated bibliography presents a chronological analysis of the critical reception accorded Ann Radcliffe beginning with contemporary reviews and extending through 1995....[T]he scholarship and research are sound and thorough....An admirable work with little competition, this should be considered for all college and university collections."-Choice