Madame de Staël letters, ca. 1813.


Madame de Staël letters, ca. 1813.

Madame de Staël writes [to her editor?] about the changes she has made in the preface; she asks if he can wait for her to write a new apology for her novel Delphine [paper watermarked Ivy Mill, 1813]. She writes to Mr. [Douglas] Kinnaird, ca. 1813, that she would be pleased to go and look at some pictures with him [paper watermarked Umphelby & Olding].

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Kinnaird, Douglas, 1788-1830 (person)

Friend of Lord Byron. From the description of Copies of his letters : to John Howard Payne, 1815-1816. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270494274 From the description of Autograph letter signed : St. James' Square, to Lord Byron, 1819 Nov. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270489786 Douglas James William Kinnaird, writer and politician. He was a close friend of the poet Lord Byron, and was much involved in the publishing of Byron's works. From the descrip...

Staël, Madame de (Anne-Louise-Germaine), 1766-1817 (person)

Staël wrote plays, fiction, essays, novels, and criticism. Her life and works are grounded in the transformations of a Europe in revolution. She was heavily involved in European politics from 1786 to her death in 1817, and her art reflects her concerns. She published her novel, Delphine, in 1802, and an English translation appeared in 1803. During a period of exile from France, she visited London, 1813-1814. From the description of Madame de Staël letters, ca. 1813. (Pennsylvania S...