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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 377

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Author

Chapone, Mrs. (Hester) (1727-1801)

Title

Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, by Mrs. Chapone

Imprint

London, E. and C. Dilly [etc.] 1775


Call number

WPRP 377

Physical Description

xii, [13]-190 p. 16 cm

Citation

Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 58.

Epigraph

none

Online copies

CU Digital Library

Contents

ESSAYS

ESSAY I. ON AFFECTATION AND SIMPLICITY

13

ESSAY II. ON CONVERSATION

31

ESSAY III. ON ENTHUSIASM AND INDIFFERENCE IN RELIGION

53

THE STORY OF FIDELIA

80

POEMS

1. WRITTEN DURING A VIOLENT STORM AT MIDNIGHT, 1749

137

2. OCCASIONED BY READING SONNETS WRITTEN IN THE STILE AND MANNER OF SPENSER, BY T. EDWARDS, ESQ; 1749

139

3. SONNET TO MISS MULSO IN ANSWER TO THE FOREGOING; BY T. EDWARDS, ESQ.

141

TO HEALTH. 1750.

142

TO A ROBIN-REDBREAST

145

TO STELLA,

146

TO ASPASIA, IN ANSWER TO THE FOREGOING; BY MISS H.

150

TO PEACE. WRITTEN DURING THE LATE REBELLION IN SCOTLAND, 1745

155

TO SOLITUDE

158

TO WINTER

162

L'ESTATE. METASTASIO

166

SUMMER. FROM METASTASIO

167

SONNETTO

182

TRANSLATION

183

AN IRREGULAR ODE TO MRS. ELIZ. CARTER

184