5 edition of Letitia Elizabeth Landon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-396) and index.
|Statement||by F.J. Sypher.|
|Series||Scholars" Facsimiles & Reprints,, v. 546|
|LC Classifications||PR4865.L5 S97 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||2004006318|
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Englands remembrancer, or, A warning from heaven
British military architecture in Malta
Your dog and you
The squaw men
Ten billion days and one hundred billion nights
Project manual for Basic concepts in data processing
Symphony no. 1, op. 23.
Code of judicial conduct [Final draft.
Silhouette Romance, February 1996
Library of New-England history.
The heart of N-England rent at the blasphemies of the present generation. Or a brief tractate concerning the doctrine of the Quakers
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Letitia Elizabeth Landon, English poet and novelist who, at a time when women were conventionally restricted in their themes, wrote of passionate love. She is remembered for her high-spirited social life and mysterious death and for verse that reveals her lively intelligence and emotional.
Letitia Elizabeth Landon (). “The Book of Beauty: Comprising a Collection of Tales, Poems, &c”, p Letitia Elizabeth Landon was born London, England. After her schooling in Chelsea, she began contributing to a weekly literary magazine called Literary Gazette, eventually becoming one of its editors.
She published several poetry collections including The Fate of Adelaide and The Improvisatrice. In addition to poetry, L.
L., as she was known to her readers, wrote several novels, although she. In her books of poetry--including a section of her book "The Troubador," Catalogue of Pictures and Historical Sketches6 and including numerous and lengthy descriptions of art in the title poem of her book The ImprovisatriceL.E.L.
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The B&N Mastercard® Price: $ Letitia Elizabeth Landon was born on 14 August in Chelsea, London to John Landon and Catherine Jane, née Bishop.  A precocious child, Landon learned to read as a toddler; an invalid neighbour would scatter letter tiles on the floor and reward young Letitia for reading, and, according to her father, "she used to bring home many rewards.".
About L.E.L. A lost nineteenth-century literary life, brilliantly rediscovered–Letitia Elizabeth Landon, hailed as the female Byron; she changed English poetry; her novels, short stories, and criticism, like Byron though in a woman’s voice, explored the dark side of sexuality–by the acclaimed author of The Brontë Myth (“wonderfully entertaining spellbinding”–New York Times.
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Feldman; Daniel Robinson Oxford University Press,