Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley: Writing Lives

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[Note: Caves of Fancy is indexed only for Scollard's quotations from/allusions to primary texts. Since playtexts do not usually include parenthetical citations, these references take the form “x (y),” where “x” is the page number of the play and “y” is the page number of the primary text. Thus “250 (1: 9–10)” means that on p. 250 of Scollard's play there is a quotation from vol. 1, pp. 9–10 of a primary text—in this case, The Clairmont Correspondence (see Clairmont, Claire).]
Abinger papers, 129, 144, 149, 150, 234
abolitionism, 104, 105, 11 In. 4
abortion, 161
agency, 33–34, 34–35, 36, 40, 42n. 7, 87, 90–91, 102
Alderson, Amelia. See Opie, Amelia Alderson
alienation, 37, 40, 48
Allestree, Richard. See Ladies Calling, The
Althusser, Louis, 66, 68n. 10
Analytical Review, 83n. 5, 84n. 6
anatomy, 160, 165–66, 167, 168, 172, 174n. 9. See also dissection
Andrews, WilliamL., 110, 111n. 9
Annual Necrology, 123
Anti-Jacobin, 4
Apollo Belvedere, 169, 204, 205
Artist, 174n. 9
associationism, 57, 67n. 3
Athena. See Minerva
Atlas, 213n. 5
autobiographical pact, 124n. 5
autobiography. See life writing
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 240
Barbour, Judith, 154n. 11
Barreli, John: The Birth of Pandora and the Division of Knowledge, 161
Barry, James, 161
Barry, Jonathan: The Middling Sort of People, 238
Barthélémy, Abbé J.J., 28
Barthes, Roland, 45, 236
Baxter, William, and family, 226, 231n.6, 234, 235
Beauclerk, Aubrey, 225, 227
Beauclerk, George, 225
Beauclerk, Gertrude (later Gertrude Paul), 225
beauty, 63, 75, 76, 78, 83n. 4. See also picturesque; sublime
Beazley, Jo Anne, 33, 42n. 7


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