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  1. Gaston de Blondeville, or The court of Henry III. keeping festival in Ardenne, a romance, St. Alban's abbey, a metrical tale; with some poetical pieces Volume 2
  2. The Spirit Of The Moist Hand
  3. Gaston de Blondeville, or The court of Henry III. keeping festival in Ardenne, a romance, St. Alban's abbey, a metrical tale; with some poetical pieces Volume 4
  4. Gaston de Blondeville, or The court of Henry III. keeping festival in Ardenne, a romance, St. Alban's abbey, a metrical tale; with some poetical pieces Volume 1
  5. Ann Radcliffe: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in World Literature) by Deborah Rogers, 1996-01-19
  6. The Critical Response to Ann Radcliffe: (Critical Responses in Arts and Letters)
  7. The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 1995-04-13
  8. The Italian: Or the Confessional of the Black Penitents; A Romance (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 1998-11-19
  9. The Mysteries of Udolpho (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 2008-11-15
  10. The Romance of the Forest (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 2009-05-15
  11. The Italian (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 2008-10-15
  12. Ann Radcliffe: The Great Enchantress by Robert Miles, 1995-09
  13. The Mysteries of Udolpho (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 1998-09-10
  14. A Sicilian Romance (Oxford World's Classics) by Ann Radcliffe, 2008-12-15

41. A Glossary
Radcliffe, Ann Ward (13). (17641823) A British writer of Gothic novels.Horace Walpole (13). The 4th earl of Orford, 1717-97, English.
Act I, Scene 1 Arcadia. A region of ancient Greece in the central Peloponnesus. Its inhabitants, somewhat isolated from the rest of the world, proverbially lived a simple, pastoral life. Any region offering rural simplicity and contentment. The term Arcadia is used to refer to an imaginary and paradisal place. Derbyshire (1). A county in central England; Matlock is the administrative center. English park (1). Examples of a form of English landscaping begun during the rise of romanticism in the late 18th century that imitated rather than disciplined nature. It celebrated the picturesque, wild nature, the past, and the exotic. Gardens like this are characterized by gently sloping hills, sweeping lawns, curving paths, and rivers and ponds with informally planted trees and shrubbery. Often these gardens included fake medieval ruins, Roman temples, and Chinese pavilions and bridges. primer (1). A book that covers the basic elements of a subject. quarto (1). The page size resulting from folding a whole sheet into four leaves or a book made up of pages of this size. theodolite (1).

42. Works Referenced In Supernatural Horror In Literature By H. P. Lovecraft
Polidori The Vampyre. Radcliffe, Ann Ward (17641823) A Sicilian Romance;Gaston de Blondeville; The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne; The Italian;
Works Referenced in
Supernatural Horror in Literature
by H. P. Lovecraft
Special thanks to Jesper Hvid Petersen for his assistance

43. Check List, Enlarging The Prospects Of Happiness: European Travel Writing Throug
With a 'Preface, by a lady' signed MA, ie Mary Astell. Shoults Eb/1763/M.Ann Radcliffe. 49, Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 17641823. A journey
Check list of items exhibited
Special Collections Exhibitions Enlarging the prospects of happiness Introduction Great cities of Italy ... Pictorial material Great cities of Italy Rome Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514.
Registrum hujus operis libri cronicarum cu figuris et ijmagibus ab inicio mudi. Fol. CCLXVI recto: Completo in ... Nurembergensi urbe Operi de hystorijs etatum mundi ... felix imponitur finis. Collectum ... auxilio ... hartmani Schedel ... Fol. [CCC] verso: Adest nunc ... finis libri Cronicarum ... opus preclarum ... continet em gesta ... ab initio mudi ad hanc usoe teporis nostri calamitatem. Castigatuoe a virus mathematicis pingendioe arte pertissimis Michaele wolgemut et wilhelmo Pleydenwurff ... Nuremberge, A. Koberger, 1493.
de Beer Gd/1493/S Pisa Bertelli, Pietro.
Theatro delle citta d'Italia ... Padova : F. Bertelli, 1629.
de Beer Ib/1629/B Milan Torre, Carlo, d. 1679.

44. Starr Sheet Music Collection IU Lilly Library
top Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873 Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823 Rainer Family Ravel,Maurice, 1875-1937 Razaf, Andy, see Waller, Thomas Fats Reed, Dave, Jr.
Home Collections Information Using ...
Starr Sheet Music Collection
I. Composers, lyricists, performers, and literary figures
(including cross-references to subject entries)
Starr collection call number: M1 .S8 + section number + category name A B C D ... Y Abbot, Maire Abbott, Emma, 1850-1891 Ablamowicz, Mme. Anna M. Abt, Franz, 1819-1885 Adam, Adolphe Charles, 1803-1865 Adams, John, President, U.S., 1735-1826, see U.S. Biography Adams, John Quincy, President, U.S., 1767-1848, see U.S. Biography Ade, George, 1866-1944 Ager, Milton, 1893- Ager, Milton and Yellen, Jack Aide, Hamilton, 1826-1906 Akst, Harry Alboni, Emma, 1852-1930 Alboni, Marietta, 1826-1894 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907 Alleghenians Alter, Lewis Amphions Andres, Jane A., 1833-1887 Andrews Sisters (Patty, Maxene and LaVerne) Arditi, Luigi, 1822-1903 Arlen, Harold, 1905- Arndt, Felix Arne, Thomas Augustine, 1710-1778 Arnold, Dr. Arthur, Chester Alan, President, U.S. 1830-1886, see U.S. Biography Ascher, Joseph Attwood, Thomas, 1765-1838 Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit, 1782-1871 Audran, Edmond, 1842-1901 [Back to top] [Back to top] [Back to top] [Back to top] Earl, Mary, see King, Robert Eddy, Mary (Baker), 1821-1910 Edwards, Gus, 1879-1945 Edwin, Lina Eisenhower, Dwight David, President, U.S. 1890-1969, see U.S. Biography Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 Elssler, Fanny, 1810-1884 Eltinge, Julian, see Transvestite Performances Emmet, Joseph Kline, 1841-1891 Emmett, Daniel Decatur Estabrooke, H.M. Etting, Ruth

45. R
Radcliffe, Ann (17641823). English novelist. He maiden name was Ward. she marriedwilliam Radcliffe in 1787 who was proprietor of The English Chronicle.
  • RAABE, Wilhelm (1831-1910). German novelist. He wrote under the penname of Jakob Corvinus. His novels were mainly based upon country life in Brunswick. Best known novels were Die Chronik der Sperlingsgasse, 1857, Der Hungerpastor, 1864, Prinzessen Fisch, 1883, Hastenbeck, 1899, and Altershausen, 1911. RACHEL. Biblical character. The favourite wife of Jacob Gen.29, she bore him Joseph and Benjamin. RACHEL (1821-58) French actess. Etienne Choron, the musician undertook her training when he heard her singing in the streets. After his death she was admitted into the Paris Conservatoire. She made her debut at the theatre Francais in 1838 and became the idol of Paris. She was to tour all over Europe and Britain, as well as America. She died of consumption. RACINE, Louis (1692-1763). French poet. The younger son of Jean Racine he was the author of the poems La Grace and La Religion inspired by his fervent Jansenist faith, and a number of odes. He also wrote a Life of his father, 1747 and translated Paradise Lost into French prose. RADCLIFFE, Ann (1764-1823). English novelist. He maiden name was Ward. she married william Radcliffe in 1787 who was proprietor of The English Chronicle. She represented the school of the Tale of Terror, and was prominent in the romantic revival in English literature. Author of The Sicilian romance, 1790; The romance of the forest, 1791; The Mysteries of Udolpho, 1794; and The Italian, or the confessional of the Black Penitents, 1797.

46. Ann, Anna, Anne, And Hannah
Ann Radcliffe (17641823) English novelist. Annapolis Maryland. Cape Ann Massachusetts.Mont Sainte-Anne Quebec. Nancy Ward (1738-1822) Native American leader.
For many more names, please return to Edgar's Main Page. Hannah
Gender : Feminine.
Language : Hebrew.
Hannah Anna is the Latin version, and Anne the French.
Hannah itself was revived in the 17th century, and has been in constant use since. Nancy appeared in the 18th century, and Annie in the 19th.
Anna (and its variations) was the usual translation of Hannah
Pronunciation : han-ah
English Annie Annetta Anney Anny Annze Anya Nan Nancy Nanette Nannette Nanny Ninette French Annette Scottish Nanny Scottish (Gaelic) Nandag Spanish Anita Alternates Hana Hanna Breton Annick Catalan Anais Czech Aninka Anina Andula Andulka Anuska Dutch Antje Hanna English Ann Anna Anne Annes Finnish Annikki French Anne German Anni German (Low) Anka Anke Anku Greek Aniki Hawaiian Ana Aneka Anika Naneki Nana Hungarian Hajna Anci Lenci Ninacska Nancsi Nusa Nusi Indian Anita Latin Anna Polish Ania Anula Anusia Russian Ania Asya Nina Scandinavian Anja Scottish Annag Annella Slavic Anika Aniko Spanish Ana Swedish Anneka Anneke Annikka Ukrainian Aneta Anichka Anita Yiddish Enye Other Forms of Ann Analena Analee Analeigh Ance Aneisha Anessa Anetta Anica Anisha Anissa Anitia Anitra Annice Annika Annikke Annis Annissa Annora Annorah Annys Anouk Anyssa Anyuta Famous Bearers Artists and Authors Anna Visscher Dutch poet.

47. Contents By Author
Ann Radcliffe (née Ward) (17641823) From The Mysteries of Udolpho(4 vols., 1794) Rondeau (ii 59-60). From A Journey made in
Selected Contents by Theme.
Alphabetical List of Authors.
A Note for Teachers.
Editorial Principles.
Inventory of Manuscripts.
Richard Price (1723-91)

Thomas Warton (1728-90)

Edmund Burke (1729-97)
William Cowper (1731-1800) ... Elizabeth Barrett Browning [1806-61] Index of titles and first lines. Index to the headnotes and notes. About the Book and CD The Anthology The CD-ROM About Romanticism Richard Price From A Discourse on the Love of our Country On Representation ] (pp. 40-2). [ Prospects for Reform ] (pp. 49-51). Thomas Warton From Poems Sonnet IX. To the River Lodon Edmund Burke From A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origins of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful Part II, Section iii. Obscurity (pp. 43-5);

48. Book People: Additions To The IPL Online Texts Collection 03-20-01
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50. Duncan Wu, Romantic Women Poets
(1791). From Paul and Virginia (1796). Sonnet to the Strawberry. Ann Radcliffe(née Ward) (17641823). From The Romance of the Forest (1791). Song of a Spirit.
R omantic Women Poets:
An Anthology
edited by Duncan Wu
Blackwell: Oxford, 1998
Introduction Editorial Principles Schedule of Manuscripts Acknowledgements Abbreviations Anna Seward (1742-1809) Sonnet written from an Eastern Apartment in the Bishop's Palace at Lichfield, which commands a view of Stowe Valley. April 1771 (edited from MS) From Llangollen Vale, with Other Poems (1796) To Time Past. Written Dec. 1772 From Gentleman's Magazine 56 (1786) 791 Advice to Mrs Smith. A Sonnet From Llangollen Vale, with Other Poems (1796) Eyam (composed August 1788) From Gentleman's Magazine 59 (1789) 743 Sonnet to France on her present Exertions Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, A Poem (composed by 1 December 1811; published February 1812) Hannah More (1745-1833) From Sacred Dramas: chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible. To which is added, Sensibility, A Poem (1782) Sensibility: A Poetical Epistle to the Hon. Mrs Boscawen From Florio: A Tale, and The Bas Bleu; or, Conversation (1786) The Bas-Bleu; or, Conversation. Addressed to Mrs Vesey Slavery: A Poem (1788) Cheap Repository: The Story of Sinful Sally. Told by Herself. (1796)

51. Biographic Glossary At - Dictionary, Guide, Community And More
Radcliffe (n.), Rad·cliffe Ann (Ward), 17641823, English writer of Gothicromances. Move 10 Items per Page,

52. Untitled
Translate this page contra os ataques aéreos al., em 1940. Radcliffe, Ann Ward. Escritoraing. (1764-1823). É recordada pelos seus romances de mistério

53. Authors P-R
R. Rainer Maria, 18751926 Rabelais, Francis AKA Rabelais, Francois, 1483-1553Racine, Jean Baptiste, 1639-1699 Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823 Raine, William
Home Author Title Topic ... Book Club The Worldwide Library making e-books available to everyone worldwide without charge now. WWL Author Index Start A B C ... Z
Packard, Frank L. (Frank Lucius), 1877-1942
Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-1922
Paine, Albert Bigelow, 1861-1937
Paine, Ralph Delahaye, 1871-1925
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
Palmer, Alice Freeman, 1855-1902
Paramananda, Swami, 1884-1940, Translator
Parker, Gilbert, 1862-1932
Parker, K. Langloh (Katie Langloh Mrs), 1856-1940
Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893
Parlette, Ralph, 1870-1930 Patanjali Paterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941 AKA: Paterson, Banjo, 1864-1941 Paterson, Banjo, 1864-1941 AKA: Paterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941 Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896 Patten, William, 1868-1946, Editor Patterson, J. H. (John Henry), 1867-1947 Payn, James, 1830-1898 Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866 Peattie, Elia W. (Elia Wilkinson), 1862-1935 Pedler, Margaret Pedley, Ethel C. Pellico, Silvio, 1789-1854 Penfeather, Amabel AKA: Cooper, Susan Fenimore, 1813-1894

54. Ann Radcliffe
Ann Radcliffe A Biography. Profiles English Gothic novelist Ann Ward Radcliffe(17641823). Recounts her youth, her education, and her marriage.
Ann Radcliffe
English Novelist
Birthday Anniversary
July 9, 1764
NETFIRST BOOKS April 8, 2002 Edition of NetFirst Newsletter
compiled and prepared by Julia Myers. Ann Ward Radcliffe:
Birth Anniversary
Ann Radcliffe Page
Offers a list of works by and about English novelist Ann Radcliffe (1764-1823), provided by Roger Blackwell Bailey. Provides access to sites about Radcliffe. Ann Radcliffe Features a brief biography of English novelist Ann Radcliffe (1764-1823), compiled by Keith Parkins. Discusses her works and includes excerpts. Ann Radcliffe:
A Biography
Profiles English Gothic novelist Ann Ward Radcliffe (1764-1823). Recounts her youth, her education, and her marriage. Details some of her works and notes their popularity. Offers access to a bibliography and to online editions of some of her work. Prepared by: Julia Myers
NetFirst Assistant Managing Editor

55. Anthologies Of Early Modern Women Writers
Plays (1812) Ann Ward Radcliffe (17641823) On the Supernatural inPoetry (1826) Dorothea Mendlessohn Veit Schlegel (1764-1839) from
Sunshine for Women
Home Anthologies
    Most of the books listed below follow the same format: A short (1-10 pages) biography/ literary criticism of each woman is followed by a short (5-10 pages) exerpt of her listed work(s). Each entry includes a bibliography of primary works by the writer and secondary works about the writer and her work. The books are listed in the approximate order of the original date of the writings of the women whose writings are included in the work. * indicates that works by this author are in print (in English) in a more complete form in other locations - see the bibliographies for details. (If it isn't marked, it does not mean it is not in print: it just means that I do not know about it. Some of the authors I have not yet tried to track down. Some of the authors I haven't succeeded in tracking down yet.) I have not included details of the anthology
      if it contains works by primarily 20th authors
      if the list of included works is very long
      if I haven't managed to get ahold of the book yet

    List of Anthologies: Blamires, Alcuin, 1992

56. Index
Translate this page Rabelais, Francois, 1483-1553 AKA Rabelais, Francis Gutenberg Racine, Jean Baptiste,1639-1699 Gutenberg Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823 Gutenberg Raine
Rabelais, Francis AKA: Rabelais, Francois, 1483-1553 Gutenberg
Rabelais, Francois, 1483-1553 AKA: Rabelais, Francis Gutenberg
Racine, Jean Baptiste, 1639-1699 Gutenberg
Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823 Gutenberg
Raine, William MacLeod, 1871-1954 Gutenberg
Raleigh, Walter Alexander, Sir, 1861-1922 Gutenberg
Ralphson, G. Harvey (George Harvey), 1879- Gutenberg
Rand, Ayn, 1905-1982 Gutenberg Ransome, Arthur, 1884-1967 Gutenberg Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794 Gutenberg Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902 Gutenberg Ray, Anna Chapin, 1865-1945 Gutenberg Ray, T. Bronson, 1868- Gutenberg Reade, Charles, 1814-1884 Gutenberg Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943 Gutenberg Reed, John, 1887-1920 Gutenberg Reed, Myrtle, 1874-1911 Gutenberg Reeve, Arthur B. (Arthur Benjamin), 1880-1936 Gutenberg Reilly, S. A. Gutenberg Retz, Jean François Paul de Gondi de, 1613-1679 Gutenberg Reu, Johann Michael, 1869-1943, Editor

My dream of you / Nuala O'Faolain. New York Riverhead Books, 2001.View This Title in CONSULS; Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 17641823.
CONSULS Book List - 300 Records in List List Last Updated on : Tue Jun 18 12:02:48 2002
CCSU English (British) Orders 2001-2002. [Return to Previous Page]
  • Reply-To: Franken, Christien, 1961- A.S. Byatt : art, authorship, creativity / Christien Franken. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave, 2001
    View This Title in CONSULS

    Hoffman, Gary. Huntington Beach, Calif. : Verve Press, c1999.
    View This Title in CONSULS

    Howells, Coral Ann. Alice Munro / Coral Ann Howells. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press : Distributed exclusively in the U.S. by St. Martin's Press, 1998.
    View This Title in CONSULS

    All in all : unity, diversity, and the Miltonic perspective / edited by Charles W. Durham and Kristin A. Pruitt. Selinsgrove [Pa.] : Susquehanna University Press : London : Associated University Presses, c1999.
    View This Title in CONSULS

    Nuttall, A. D. (Anthony David). The alternative trinity : gnostic heresy in Marlowe, Milton, and Blake / A.D. Nuttall. Oxford [United Kingdom] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998.
    View This Title in CONSULS

    Dutta, Shanta, 1962-
    Radcliffe, Ann Ward (13). (17641823) A British writer of Gothic novelsHorace Walpole (13). The 4th earl of Orford, 1717-97, English. Faculty/Tony Crean/explanations Arcadia.htm
    [explanations Arcadia.htm] Home Top Bottom English ... Film Studies ARCADIA
    Act I, Scene 1
    Arcadia (Title).
    A region of ancient Greece in the central Peloponnesus. Its inhabitants, somewhat isolated from the rest of the world, proverbially lived a simple, pastoral life. Arcadia is a real but also an imaginary place. Featured a simple pastoral existence, the natural, rural life, that was an antidote to City life. It was a life of food, dance, singing, music, sexual activity, and beautiful surroundings; a happy life, preserved from the influence of the outside world. In a sense, the redesign of the garden is Arcadian, in that it is Romantic and escapist: it downplays the hardship and oppression of life outside. Septimus, Byron, Lady Croom, and Captain Brice, all indulge in erotic adventures that they mistakenly think will not complicate their lives. The Arcadian literary tradition includes Classical Greek poetry, and an Elizabethan prose classic of this name ( Arcadia ) which featured debate, fable, and plot. The artistic tradition includes a famous Poussin picture: Et in Arcadia Ego , which features 3 anxious shepherds and a nymph, arranged around a tomb with this inscription. There is a double meaning: 1. I (death) too am in Arcadia; and 2. I (the dead person) used to live in Arcadia. This double meaning, of course, is relevant to the play: both life and love are ephemeral. There are carnal embraces, but in the end Thomasina dies.

    59. English Portfolio-Syllabi
    Romance (Oxford) Doyle; The Hound of the Baskervilles (Dover) Ward, ed.; Great M10/28, The Gothic Ann Radcliffe 17641823 A Sicilian Romance 1790 (Read
    Introduction Comments Student Work Syllabi ... Development Course Syllabi for: English 190H: The Supernatural in Literature Fall 2002, Gieger Course Description:
    Warning!!!Some of the texts we will study feature moments of graphic violence and/or explicit sexuality. Course Requirements: (After more than 6 absences, you risk failing the course) Discussion Leader / Oral Presentation (On a day you choose, start class discussion with observations/questions
    about themes, passages, or a passage from that day's reading-5 minutes) Thought Questions Three Prepared Questions for Discussion on Mondays' Readings (written or typed questions about themes, episodes, or moments in that day's reading[s]; handed in weekly) Midterm (One Essay Question) Paper Final Exam (Two Essay Questions) Required Texts:
    (In the order that we will read them) Polidori, Byron, et al.; The Vampyre and Other Tales of the Macabre (Oxford)
    Le Fanu; In a Glass Darkly (Oxford)

    60. Records For Castles -- Fiction. (LC) (in Lcmarc)
    Thorndike Press, 2001. Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 17641823. The mysteries of Udolpho/ Ann Radcliffe ; edited with an introd. Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823. FICTION/a7be30001100/0
    Castles Fiction. (LC)
    Records 1 to 12 of 12
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