Thursday, 23 July 2009

Eliza Haywood Texts, Links etc

[Detail of the portrait of Haywood by James Parmentier,
which was engraved by George Vertue]

[For an extensive online Haywood bibliography (up to 5 July 2005), see here. For links specifically related to Haywood's life, contemporary biographical accounts etc, see here. For William Hatchett links see here.]

Criticism online

Paula R. Backscheider, "The Shadow of an Author: Eliza Haywood," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 11:1 (1998), Article 1.

Rebecca P. Bocchicchio, The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on her Life and Work (2000).

Claire Boulard-Jouslin, Augustus Caesar to Livia Drusilla’: théorie(s) de l’Histoire dans le Female Spectator Études Épistémè 17 (2010): 87–104.

Catherine A. Craft, "Reworking Male Models: Aphra Behn's Fair Vow-Breaker, Eliza Haywood's Fantomina, and Charlotte Lennox's Female Quixote," The Modern Language Review 86:4 (October 1991): 821–38.

Emily Joan Dowd, "Evoking The Salon: Eliza Haywood's The Female Spectator & The Conversation of Protofeminist Space" (PhD Theses; Florida State University, 2010).

Joseph Drury, "Haywood's Thinking Machines," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 21:2 (2009), Article 2.

Patsy S. Fowler, "Rhetorical Strategy and the 'Dangerous Woman-Poet': Eliza Haywood and the Politics of Self-Promotion" in Prologues, Epilogues, Curtain-Raisers, and Afterpieces: The Rest of the Eighteenth-Century London Stage, edited by Daniel James Ennis and Judith Bailey Slagle (University of Delaware Press, 2007), 179–97.

Elizabeth Gargano, "Utopian Voyeurism: Androgyny and the Language of the Eyes in Haywood's Love in Excess," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 21:4 (2009), Article 3.

Suzanne B. Gibson, "The Eighteenth-Century Oriental Tales of Eliza Haywood, Frances Sheridan and Ellis Cornelia Knight" (PhD Theses; McMaster University, 1996). Paper 2316.

Andrea K. Gill, Objectifying Men: Gulliver’s Travels, Fantomina, and the Dildo in Eighteenth-Century Literature Pursuit: The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee 2:1 (2011).

Kristin M. Girten, "[review] A Political Biography of Eliza Haywood, by Kathryn R. King" ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640–1830 3:1 (2013), Article 10.

Amrita Ghosh, "Masquerade as a Strategy: Eliza Haywood’s The Masqueraders or The Fatal Curiosity: Being the Secret History of a Late Amour," The Criterion 4.3 (June 2013).

Sharon Harrow, "Having Text: Desire and Language in Haywood's Love in Excess and The Distressed Orphan," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 22:2 (2010), Article 5.

Stephen J. Hicks, "Eliza Haywood's letter technique in three early novels (1721-27)" (1998)

Catherine Ingrassia, Texts, Lies and the Marketplace: Eliza Haywood and the Literary Marketplace at Mid-Century (1995)

Kathryn R. King, "New Contexts for Early Novels by Women: The Case of Eliza Haywood, Aaron Hill, and the Hillarians, 1719–1725" in A Companion to the Eighteenth-Century English Novel and Culture, ed. Paula R. Backscheider, Catherine Ingrassia (2009), 261–75.

Joy LaFrance, "Whenever we would truly conquer, we must seem to yield: Eliza Haywood's Fantomina and subversive fiction for women" (MA Theses; Lehigh University, 2003).

Kate Levin, "'The Only Beguiled Person'?: Accessing Fantomina in the Feminist Classroom," ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830 2:1 (March 2012).

Holly Rae Luhning, "'Manacles of Madness: Haywood's The Distress'd Orphan; Or Love in A Madhouse," eSharp 8 (Autumn 2006).

Holly Rae Luhning, "Eliza Haywood: The Print Trade and Cultural Production" (PhD Theses; University of Saskatchewan, 2008).

Kelly McGuire, "Mourning and Material Culture in Eliza Haywood's The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 18:3 (2006), Article 1.

Juliette Merritt, "Beyond Spectacle: Eliza Haywood's Female Spectators" (PhD Theses; McMaster University, 1998). Paper 2140.

Brandon Shuler, "The Role of Women in Eliza Haywood's Love in Excess" (2008)

Jan M. Stahl, "Women in Love," Gay & Lesbian Review 19:4 (July–August 2012), Article 2. ¶ On lesbian themes in The British Recluse and The City Jilt.

G. Gabrielle Starr, "Rereading Prose Fiction: Lyric Convention in Aphra Behn and Eliza Haywood," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 12:1 (1999), Article 5.

Helen Thompson, "Plotting Materialism: W. Charleton's The Ephesian Matron, E. Haywood's Fantomina, and Feminine Consistency," Eighteenth-Century Studies 35:2 ([Northern Hemisphere] Winter 2002): 821–38.

Martin Wells, "The Hypocrisy of Moral Outrage in The Dunciad: Eliza Haywood’s Persecuted Virtue and Alexander Pope the Persecutor," Alfred: An undergraduate student journal 3 (2011): 19–24.

Earla A. Wilputte, "Parody in Eliza Haywood's A Letter from H— G—g, Esq.," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 17:2 (2005), Article 5.

Lynn Marie Wright and Donald J. Newman, eds., Fair Philosopher: Eliza Haywood and The Female Spectator (2006).

Informal criticism, blogs etc

For a defunct blog titled A Blog to be Let, see here.

November 2005: Janet posted her thoughts on Eliza Haywood "Fantomina"

February 2007: The Literate Kitten posted her thoughts on Love in Excess by Eliza Haywood

November 2007: P. Brigitte posted her thoughts on The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless

July 2009: Stephen J. Gertz posted his thoughts on The Secret History of … the Court of Caramania in a post titled Sex! Scandal! Political Intrigue! (What Else Is New?)

December 2009: The students of St. Christopher’s and St. Catherine’s posted their thoughts on Fantomina in a series of posts here

January 2010: J. Y. posted her/his thoughts on The Great Debate in Love in Excess

February 2010: Kate Wallis posted her thoughts on Love “Barter’d” in The City Jilt

February 2010: Stephanie Jarnold posted her thoughts on Fire and Seduction in Eliza Haywood’s “The City Jilt”

March 2010: Kristen Eggen posted her thoughts on The City Jilt – Fall from Hopes

June 2010: Meminsanebrane posted her/his thoughts on Fantomina is a creeper

October 2010: Liz posted her thoughts on Haywood's appearance in Clara Reeve's The Progress of Romance in Sisters under the dust-jacket.

December 2010: Jill Domschot posted her thoughts on Eliza Haywood: from The Female Spectator, Vol. 1, No. 1

January 2011: Students at the University of Illinois doing Engl 206/CWL 257: Enlightenment Literature and Culture posted their thoughts on Fantomina in a series of posts, mostly here and here.

May 2011: Kat Aubrey posted her thoughts on Eliza Haywood, Remarkable 18th Century Author

August 2011: Students at The University of Illinois doing Engl 429: The Eighteenth Century Novel posted their thoughts on Fantomina in a series of posts, mostly here and here.

February–April 2012: Students at The University of Colorado at Boulder doing ENGL 1260-002: Intro to Women's Lit: Adventures in Form posted their thoughts on Fantomina in a series of posts, mostly here and here.

Facsimile Texts and Downloadable pdfs

Below are links to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century editions of works by Eliza Haywood (the item numbers are from my Bibliography of Eliza Haywood (2004)) that are on Google Books, The Internet Archive, etc. This list is not complete, but I'll add items as I find them.

Ab.1.4b Love in Excess, 4th ed. (1722)

Ab.4.1b The British Recluse, 2nd. ed. (1722)

Ab.6.1a Idalia [Part 1] (1723)

Ab.6.3 Idalia, trs. as Idalie, ou l’Amante Infortunée, [Part 1] (1770)
Ab.6.3 Idalia, trs. as Idalie, ou l’Amante Infortunée, [Part 2] (1770)
Ab.6.3 Idalia, trs. as Idalie, ou l’Amante Infortunée, [Part 3] (1770)

Ab.7.1a A Wife to be Lett [1st ed.] (1724) [Bodleian copy]

Ab.7.2a A Wife to be Lett [2nd ed.] (1729) [Rice University copy]

Ab.7.3 A Wife to be Lett [3rd ed.] (1735) [British Library copy]

Ab.8.1b Lasselia, 2nd ed. (1724)

Ab.9.1b Rash Resolve, 2nd ed. (1724)

Ab.9.2 A Wife to be Lett, trs as Emanuella (An. 9 [1801])

Ab.10.1 Poems on Several Occasions [1st ed.] (1724) [British Library copy; missing first page]

Ab.11.1d A Spy on the Conjurer (1725) [Gallaudet University copy]

Ab.16.10b La Belle Assemblée, 4th ed. (1748), vol. 3

Ab.16.17 La Belle Assemblée, 5th ed. (1743), vol. 2
Ab.16.17 La Belle Assemblée, 5th ed. (1743), vol. 3

Ab.16.18 La Belle Assemblée, 6th ed. (1749), vol. 1
Ab.16.18 La Belle Assemblée, 6th ed. (1749), vol. 2
Ab.16.18 La Belle Assemblée, 6th ed. (1749), vol. 3

Ab.17.3 Memoirs of a Certain Island Adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia, vol. 1, 2nd ed. (1726), vol. 1 NEW
Ab.17.4 Memoirs of a Certain Island Adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia, vol. 2 (1726) NEW

Ab.22.1 The Tea-Table [Part 1] (1725)

Ab.29.1b Reflections on the Various Effects of Love [Part 1], 2nd. ed. (1726)

Ab.31.2 The City Jilt (1724) [British Library copy]

Ab.33.1b The Secret History of … the Court of Caramania (1727) [University of Michigan copy]
Ab.33.1b The Secret History of … the Court of Caramania (1727) [British Library copy]

Ab.35.3 Cleomelia trs. in Mélange de Différentes Pièces de Vers et de Prose (1751), vol. 1

Ab.36.6 The Fruitless Enquiry, vol. 2, from p. 159 [abridged by Elizabeth Griffith] (1777) [University of California copy]
Ab.36.6 The Fruitless Enquiry, vol. 2, from p. 159 [abridged by Elizabeth Griffith] (1777) [Bodleian copy]

Ab.37.1 The Life of Madam de Villesache (1727) [Bodleian copy]

Ab.38.1 Love in its Variety: Being a Collection of Select Novels. Written in Spanish by Signior Michel Bandello (1727)

Ab.41.1 The Agreeable Caledonian [Part 1] (1728) [Bodleian copy]
Ab.41.2 The Agreeable Caledonian [Part 2] (1729) [Bodleian copy]

Ab.46.1b The Fair Hebrew, 2nd. ed. (1729)

Ab.51.1a The Dramatic Historiographer; Or, The British Theatre Delineated (1735) [=vol. 1] [University of California copy, itself a reprint from microfilm!]

Ab.51.2 A Companion to the Theatre (1747), vol. 2

Ab.53.1a The Adventures of Eovaai, Princess of Ijaveo (1736)

Ab.54.1a Anti-Pamela (1741)

Ab.54.2 De Anti-Pamela [Anti-Pamela in Dutch] (1743) ¶ This Columbia University copy was not recorded in my Bibliography.

Ab.57.2 Memoirs of an Unfortunate Young Nobleman (1743), v.1 ¶ Library of Catalonia copy.
Ab.57.2 Memoirs of an Unfortunate Young Nobleman (1743), v.1 ¶ Indiana University copy.

Ab.59.1a The Fortunate Foundlings, [1st ed.] (1744)

Ab.59.5 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1754), Part 1–2

Ab.59.6 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1775), vol. 1
Ab.59.6 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1775), vol. 3

Ab.59.7 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1772), Part 1–4

Ab.59.8 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1777), vol. 7 and 8 of 14 (Part 1–4)

Ab.59.9 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1779), vol. 5 of 7 (Part 1–4)

Ab.59.11 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1779), vol. 4 of 11 (Part 1–4) [Bavarian State Library copy]
Ab.59.11 The Fortunate Foundlings, trs as Les Heureux Orphelins (1779), vol. 4 of 11 (Part 1–4) [University of Michigan copy]

Ab.60.7 The Female Spectator, 5th ed. (1755), vol. 1
Ab.60.7 The Female Spectator, 5th ed. (1755), vol. 2
Ab.60.7 The Female Spectator, 5th ed. (1755), vol. 3
Ab.60.7 The Female Spectator, 5th ed. (1755), vol. 4

Ab.60.9 The Female Spectator, 7th ed. (1771), vol. 1
Ab.60.9 The Female Spectator, 7th ed. (1771), vol. 2
Ab.60.9 The Female Spectator, 7th ed. (1771), vol. 3
Ab.60.9 The Female Spectator, 7th ed. (1771), vol. 4

Ab.60.10b The Female Spectator (1775) [University of California LA copy]

Ab.60.11 The Female Spectator, trs. as La Spectatrice , vol. 1 (1750)
Ab.60.11 The Female Spectator, trs. as La Spectatrice , vol. 2 (1750)
Ab.60.11 The Female Spectator, trs. as La Spectatrice , vol. 3 (1750)
Ab.60.11 The Female Spectator, trs. as La Spectatrice , vol. 4 (1751)

Ab.63.1 Life's Progress Through the Passions (1748)

Ab.65 Dalinda (1749)

Ab.66.1a A Letter from H— G—g (1750) [Bodleian Library, copy 1]
Ab.66.2 A Letter from H— G—g (1750) [Bodleian Library, copy 2]

Ab.67.1 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless [1st ed.] (1751), vol. 1
Ab.67.1 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless [1st ed.] (1751), vol. 2
Ab.67.1 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless [1st ed.] (1751), vol. 3

Ab.67.4 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1752), vol. 1 [2nd Dublin ed.] [Duke University copy]
Ab.67.4 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1752), vol. 2 [2nd Dublin ed.] [Duke University copy]

Ab.67.7 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, 4th ed. (1768), vol. 1
Ab.67.7 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, 4th ed. (1768), vol. 2
Ab.67.7 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, 4th ed. (1768), vol. 3
Ab.67.7 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, 4th ed. (1768), vol. 4

Ab.67.9 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1783) [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.67.9 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1783) [Princeton University Library copy]

Ab.67.10 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as De Onbedachte Juffer (1756), vol. 1 NEW
Ab.67.10 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as De Onbedachte Juffer (1756), vol. 2 NEW

Ab.67.11 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 1 (1754)
Ab.67.11 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 2 (1754)
Ab.67.11 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 3 (1754)
Ab.67.11 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 4 (1754)

Ab.67.13 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 1 (1755)
Ab.67.13 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as L'Etourdie, Ou Histoire De Mis Betsy Tatless, vol. 2 (1755)

Ab.67.17 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, trs. as Geschichte des Fräuleins Elisabeth Thoughtless , vol. 1–4 (1754)

Ab.68.1 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy [1st ed.] (1753), vol. 1 [Oxford University copy]
Ab.68.1 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy [1st ed.] (1753), vol. 1 [Duke University copy]
Ab.68.1 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy [1st ed.] (1753), vol. 2 [Duke University copy]
Ab.68.1 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy [1st ed.] (1753), vol. 3 [Duke University copy]

Ab.68.6 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy (1785) [Princeton University Library copy]
Ab.68.6 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy (1785) [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.68.6 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy (1785) [Oxford University Library copy]

Ab.68.7 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy, trs. as Jemmy et Sophie, vol. 1 (1797) [Bavarian State Library copy, on Google Books]
Ab.68.7 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy, trs. as Jemmy et Sophie, vol. 2 (1797) [Bavarian State Library copy, on Google Books]
Ab.68.7 The History of Jenny and Jemmy Jessamy, trs. as Jemmy et Sophie, vol. 2 (1797) [Bavarian State Library copy, hosted by the Bavarian State Library]

Ab.69.1 The Invisible Spy (1755), vol. 1 [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.69.1 The Invisible Spy (1755), vol. 1 [University of California LA copy]
Ab.69.1 The Invisible Spy (1755), vol. 2 [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.69.1 The Invisible Spy (1755), vol. 3 [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.69.1 The Invisible Spy (1755), vol. 3 [University of California LA copy]

Ab.69.6 The Invisible Spy, New ed. (1773), vol. 1
Ab.69.6 The Invisible Spy, New ed. (1773), vol. 2

Ab.69.7 The Invisible Spy (1788) [New York Public Library copy]
Ab.69.7 The Invisible Spy (1788) [Princeton University Library copy]
Ab.69.7 The Invisible Spy (1788) [University of Toronto Library copy]

Ab.69.9 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 1 (1791)
Ab.69.9 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 2 (1794)

Ab.69.10 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 2 (1795)

Ab.69.13 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 1 (1814) [Harvard University copy]
Ab.69.13 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 1 (1814) [University of Michigan copy]

Ab.69.13 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 2 (1814) [Harvard University copy]
Ab.69.13 The Invisible Spy, trs. as Der Unsichtbare Kundschafter, vol. 2 (1814) [University of Michigan copy]

Ab.70.4 The Wife, 3rd ed. (1773)


Ac.6 [a reprint of Ab.22 Tea-Table, pt.1, pp.13–14, in Alexander Dyce, Specimens of British Poetesses (London: T. Rood, 1827), pp.186–87].

Eb49–D.3 Tom Thumb, Altered by Kane O'Hara (1805)
Eb49–D.8 Tom Thumb (1811) [University of California copy; Oxford University copy]
Eb49–D.19 Tom Thumb: A Farce (1829)
Eb49–D.23 Tom Thumb; A Burletta (1832)
Eb49–D.28 Tom Thumb the Great. A Burlesque tragedy in two acts (1850)



Electronic Texts

You can download the raw OCR of some of the above as etext, but below are links to edited versions of works by Eliza Haywood (again, the numbering is my own).

Ab.4 The British Recluse (1722). Edited by Alok Yadav (PDF file).

Ab.4 The British Recluse (1722). Edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom.

Ab.6 Idalia; Or, The Unfortunate Mistress (1723). Edited by Laura June Dziuban and Mary Mark Ockerbloom.

Ab.13 The Fatal Secret; Or, Constancy in Distress (1724). Edited by Laura June Dziuban and Mary Mark Ockerbloom.

Ab.26 Fantomina: Or, Love in a Maze (1725). Edited by Jack Lynch.

Ab.26 Fantomina: Or, Love in a Maze (1725). Edited by Laura Dziuban and Mary Mark Ockerbloom.

Ab.26 Fantomina: Or, Love in a Maze (1725). Edited by Alok Yadav (PDF file).

Ab.33 The Opera of Operas; or, Tom Thumb the Great (1733). Edited by Susan Bauer.

Ab.54 Anti-Pamela (1741). Wikisource.

Ab.54 Anti-Pamela (1741). Edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom.

Ab.59 The Fortunate Foundlings (1744). Edited by Jonathan Ingram and Sheila Vogtmann et al.

Ab.63 Life's Progress Through The Passions (1748). Edited by Jonathan Ingram and Richard Cohen et al.

Of course, a great many more texts are available on CD-Rom and databases that many institutions subscribe to. I listed these in my Bibliography in section Bi

Bi.1 Literature Online (LION) contains: Aa.3 Secret Histories, Novels and Poems [includes: Ab.1 Love in Excess, Ab.4 The British Recluse, Ab.5 The Injur’d Husband, Ab.10 Poems on Several Occasions, Ab.6 Idalia, Ab.14 The Surprize, Ab.13 The Fatal Secret, Ab.26 Fantomina , Ab.9 The Rash Resolve, Ab.12 The Masqueraders, pt.1, Ab.8 Lasselia, Ab.27 The Force of Nature], Ab.3 The Fair Captive, Ab.7 A Wife to be Lett, Ab.47 Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh and Ab.49 The Opera of Operas, Ab.54 Anti-Pamela, Ab.59 The Fortunate Foundlings, Ab.67 The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless and Ab.68 The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy.

Bi.2 The Brown University Women Writers Project contains: Ab.18 Bath-Intrigues, Ab.46. The Fair Hebrew; Ab.53 Adventures of Eovaai; Ab.60 The Female Spectator (v.1–3 only).

[last updated 23 October 2014]

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