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109) Jonathan Swift, `Apollo outwitted, To the honourable Mrs Finch, under her Name of Ardelia, written 1709' Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, `The reasons that induced Dr S to write a poem call'd the lady's dressing room' Miss W-, `The gentleman's study, in answer to [Swift's] The lady's dressing room' (L130) (1992). Dustin Griffin, `Introduction', `Mary Leapor', Literary patronage in England, 1650-1800, 1-12, 189-203. Roger Lonsdale, `Introduction (ii)', Eighteenth-century women poets (Oxford University Press, 1989). 6.2 Background Terry Belanger, `Publishers and writers in eighteenth-century England', in Books and their readers in eighteenth-century England, ed. Rowe' 1737 (L167) Readings for weeks 10 & 11: Gillian Beer, `The heroic epistle and women's Gothic', Yearbook of English studies 12 (1982): 125-151. STL #3582 Joan de Jean, "Fictions of Sappho", Critican inquiry 13 (1987): 787-805.
PR 3765 W57 Z77 STL Claudia Thomas, Alexander Pope and his eighteenth-century women readers. Week 5 (Oct 11) 1734 (B155) Mary Barber, from `To a lady, who commanded me to send her an account in verse, how I succeeded in my subscription' 1734 (L127) Mary Leapor, `An epistle to Artemisia. Sylvia Myers, `Elizabeth Carter's London career' and `Elizabeth Carter: essayist, translator, poet', in The bluestocking circle: women, friendship, and the life of the mind in eighteenth-century England (1990). Betty Rizzo, `The patron as poet maker: the politics of benefaction', Studies in eighteenth-century culture 20 (1990) 241-266.
Jack Lynch's wonderful C18th site has links to electronic texts and to other great resources for the study of the eighteenth century.
See also the C18-L home page -- it has links to selected readings (see below) and to the archives of the C18-L list.