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Published by Woodstock in Poole, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of ed. originally published: London: Richard Phillips, 1807.

StatementSydney Owenson, Lady Morgan.
SeriesRevolution and romanticism, 1789-1834
The Physical Object
Pagination(210)p. ;
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22158468M
ISBN 101854771892

L. T. Meade was the pseudonym of Elizabeth Thomasina Meade Smith (–), a prolific writer of girls' stories. She was born in Bandon, County Cork, Ireland, daughter of Rev. R. T. Meade, of Nohoval, County Cork. She later moved to London, where she married Alfred Toulmin Smith in September She began writing at 17 and produced over books in her lifetime, being so prolific that. [End Page 36] Henry Colburn's reissue of Sydney Owenson's The Wild Irish Girl () featured a portrait of the author by Samuel Freeman (figure 1). 1 Owenson appears as the eponymous "wild Irish girl" Glorvina, with trademark harp and mantle—the look that made her famous forty years earlier when the novel first appeared. Although the author's winsomely upturned eyes mark the center.

  The Irish Girl: A Novel (Deverill Chronicles Book 1) - Kindle edition by Montefiore, Santa. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Irish Girl: A Novel (Deverill Chronicles Book 1).Reviews: Written after the Act of Union, The Wild Irish Girl () is a passionately nationalistic novel and a founding text in the discourse of Irish nationalism. The novel proved so controversial in Ireland that Sydney Owenson, later Lady Morgan, was put under surveillance by Dublin Castle.

Author of The wild Irish girl, Florence Macarthy, O'Donnel, Woman: or Ida of Athens, Woman and her master, France, The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys, The missionary, an Indian tale. Sydney Owenson Morgan has books on Goodreads with ratings. Sydney Owenson Morgan’s most popular book is The Wild Irish Girl: A National Tale.


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Lady Morgan's love letter to early 19th century Ireland, or rather a series of love letters scantily dressed up as an epistolary novel. Henry Mortimer is our eyes and ears to the overlooked charms of Erin, a prejudiced young Englishman who falls in love with the place and the wild Irish girl of the title, Lady Glorvina, when he is forced to spend some time at his father's estate in Connaught/5.

Written after the Act of Union, The Wild Irish Girl. () is a passionately nationalistic novel and a founding text in the discourse of Irish nationalism. This unique paperback edition includes the 'Introductory Letters' to the novel as well as Owenson's footnotes, rich in detail on the Irish language, history, and by: COVID Resources.

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The Wild Irish Girl by C. B Halverson is the story of Audrey and Joseph. I really enjoyed having the chance to read this book. I have read another book by this author so I knew this would be a great story/5.

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This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I was in the mood for a Irish themed romance and I discovered this book through the Audible Romance Package and after listening to this quickie read (5 hours of listening) so its not too long of a story, but it was a charming fun drama llama romance that is pretty delightful.

It was a great diversion/5(). The wild Irish girl by Morgan, Lady (Sydney), Publication date Topics Princesses, British, Celts Publisher London ; New York: Pandora Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English Volume Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public.

But the book which made her reputation and brought her name into warm controversy was The Wild Irish Girl (), in which she appeared as the ardent champion of her native country, a politician rather than a novelist, extolling the beauty of Irish scenery, the richness of the natural wealth of Ireland, and the noble traditions of its early.

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Sydney Owenson, afterwards Lady Morgan, was born at Dublin in She was still a young woman when she had earned her rank as the first patriotic Irish romancer of modern times. She was “quoted with respect by Byron.” ‘The Wild Irish Girl,’ one of her earliest tales, instantly became a.

The cover has a girl on it(yeah a ton of books lol) but it also has a bird. They are like double exposed together. The book is about a girl who can travel to different worlds. LIke different dimensions.

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