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Henrietta Rouviere Mosse

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Bibliography

Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements and Isobel Grundy. 1990. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English. Batsford.
This had the most biographical information and plot synopses of several of her works.

Blakey, Dorothy. 1939. The Minerva Press, 1790-1820. London: Oxford University Press.
General background reading and also indicated how much novelists were paid for their work.

Block, Andrew. 1961. The English Novel, 1740-1850: A Catalogue including Prose Romances, Short Stories and Translations of Foreign Fiction. London: Dawson.
No mention.

Crawford, Anne et al. 1983. The Europa Biographical Dictionary of British Women: Over 1000 Notable Women from Britainís Past. Gale Research.
No mention.

Dictionary of National Biography. 1922. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
No mention.

Eagleton, Mary & David Pierce. 1979. Attitudes to Class in the English Novel. London: Thames & Hudson.
Important argument about representations of class in novel and reasons behind them.

Figes, E. 1982. Sex and Subterfuge: Women Novelists to 1850. London: Macmillan Press.
Interesting argument for reasons behind conduct novels.

Hofkosh, Sonia. 1998. Sexual Politics and the Romantic Author. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Interesting section on the nature of authorship.

Kunitz, Stanley J. and Howard Haycraft. 1952. British Authors of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Wilson.
No mention.

Mosse, Henrietta Rouviere. 1825. A Fatherís Love and A Womanís Friendship: or, The Widow and Her Daughters; A Novel. London: A.K. Newman & Co. 

Neale, R. S. 1981. Class in English History 1680-1850. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Interesting Chapters on the Five-Class Model and Womenís Class Consciousness.

Poovey, M. 1984. The Proper Lady and The Woman Writer. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press.
Interesting argument on subordination of women through marriage.

Richardson, Alan. 1994. Literature, Education and Romanticism: Reading as Social Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chapter on women and education.

Rose, S. O. 1992. Limited Livelihoods: Gender and Class in Nineteenth-Century England. London: Routeledge.
More concerned with late nineteenth-century literature.

Rouviere, Henrietta. 1806. Heirs of Villeroy; A Romance. London: Lane, Newman & Co.

Royal Literary Fund Archive, File No. 532. Reel 16-31 Article relating to Henrietta Rouviere/Isaac Mosse. Microfilm, Sheffield Hallam University, Collegiate Crescent Learning Centre.

Shattock, Joanne. 1993. Oxford Guide to British Women Writers. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
No mention.
 

Summers, Montague. 1964. A Gothic Bibliography. New York: Russell & Russell. Brief biographical details, and list of novels published 1812-27.

Ward, William S. 1972. Literary Reviews in British Periodicals 1798-1820: A Bibliography. 2 vols. London and New York: Garland Publishing.
List of published reviews in critical journals.

Yeazell, R. B. 1984. Fictions of Modesty: Women and Courtship in the English Novel. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press.
Discussion of the Ďmodestí woman and important section on blushing.

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