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Elizabeth Montagu, the queen of the blue-stockings
|Statement||by her great-great-niece, Emily J. Climenson, authoress of "History of Shiplake," "Historical guide to Henley-on-Thames," "Passages from the diari of Mrs. P. Lybbe Powys," etc., etc. With illustrations.|
|Series||Library of English literature -- LEL 11994.|
|The Physical Object|
Bluestockings Displayed Portraiture, Performance and Patronage, – Get access. correspondence with Elizabeth Montagu and others, British Library MSS Dept, RP [copies]. Elizabeth Montagu, the Queen of the Blue-Stockings: her Correspondence from to , Emily J. Climenson (ed.). Elizabeth Montagu () - known as 'Queen of the Blue Stockings' for her involvement in organising and hosting literary salons - was a celebrated Patron of the Arts and Literature. She wrote the important An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespeare () and was the author of many letters to leading figures of her age.
Elizabeth Montagu’s wealth and superior London address put her at the heart of hosting these events but the so-called Bluestocking movement contained other prominent women such as Hannah More, Frances Burney, Hester Chapone, Elizabeth Carter and Frances Boscawen. The Bluestockings met in the London homes of the fashionable hostesses Elizabeth Montagu (), Elizabeth Vesey (c) and Frances Boscawen () from the s. Together these women, and the eminent men who supported their endeavours, invented a new kind of informal sociability and nurtured a sense of intellectual community.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Excerpt from Elizabeth Montagu, the Queen of the Blue-Stockings, Vol. 1 of 2: Her Correspondence From to A great and terrible break in this book was caused by the death of my beloved husband in May,after a long, lingering : Elizabeth Montagu.
Full text of "Elizabeth Montagu, the queen of the bluestockings, her correspondence from to ;" See other formats. Elizabeth Montagu (2 October - 25 August ) was a bluestocking hostess and the author of An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespeare ().
Family background Elizabeth Robinson was born in York on 2 Octoberthe daughter of Matthew Robinson and his wife Elizabeth Drake. Called the “Queen of the Blues”, Elizabeth Montagu led and hosted the Blue Stockings Society of England from about It was a loose organization of privileged women with an interest in education, but it waned in popularity at the end of the 18th century.
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(Emily Jane), Pages: Get this from a library. Elizabeth Montagu, the queen of the blue-stockings, her correspondence from to [Montagu, Mrs.; Emily J Climenson]. The conversation parties of the bluestockings, held to debate contemporary ideas in eighteenth-century Britain, were vital in encouraging female artistic achievement and promoting links between learning and virtue in the public imagination, inventing a new kind of informal sociability that combined the life of the senses with that of the mind.
In aboutMrs. Elizabeth Montagu (later called “the Queen of the Blues”) and her friends founded the first official bluestocking society in England. They invited learned men to gather informally with them to talk about books, literature, art and architecture, as well as places and events that interested them.
Get this from a library. Elizabeth Montagu, the queen of the blue-stockings: her correspondence from to [Montagu, Mrs.]. This four-volume edition of the letters of Mrs Elizabeth Montagu was edited by her nephew and adopted son Matthew () and published in Volume 4 covers the period from toand ends with her description of the coronation of George III that September.
InElizabeth married Edward Montagu, a grandson of the first Earl of Sandwich. The couple was devoted to each other, but they led individual lives. During the early years of her marriage, Elizabeth suffered many tragedies.
Her only child died within a year, ; her mother inand brother in Elizabeth Montagu, the Queen of Blue-Stockings: Her Correspondence from toVolume II Only [Elizabeth & Emily J.
Climenson (ed.) Montagu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A bluestocking is an educated, intellectual woman, originally a member of the 18th-century Blue Stockings Society led by the hostess and critic Elizabeth Montagu (–), the "Queen of the Blues", including Elizabeth Vesey (–91), Hester Chapone (–) and the classicist Elizabeth Carter (–).
In the following generation came Hester Lynch Piozzi. Elizabeth Montagu, (born Elizabeth Robinson) was a British social reformer, patron of the arts, salonist, literary critic, and writer who helped organize /5(5).
Among the blue stockings, Elizabeth Montagu was not the dominant personality, but she was the woman of greatest means, and it was her house, purse, and power that made the society possible. As a literary critic, she was a fan of Samuel Richardson, both Fieldings (Henry Fielding and Sarah Fielding), and Fanny Burney, and she was pleased to Author: Kris Herron.
3Matthew Montagu, Letters of Mrs. Montagu (London, II8I3). 4Emily J. Climenson, Elizabeth Montagu, the Queen of the Blue-stockings: Her Correspondence from tO (London, I). 5Reginald Blunt, Elizabeth Montagu, "Queen of the Blues": Her Letters and Friendships from to z8oo (Boston and New York, I).
Last month, the York Civic Trust in York, England, erected a plaque celebrating the life of Elizabeth Montagu (), who co-founded the Bluestocking movement and whose home in London became the must-attend literary salon of the day. The Blue Plaque-- mounted on an outside wall at the city’s Treasurer’s House property, now owned by the National Trust.
Highly accessible and uniquely authoritative, this is the indispensable guide for anyone studying, teaching or performing Jessica Swale's hit play Blue Stockings. Bluestockings Displayed Author:. Elizabeth Montagu (–) and Elizabeth Vesey (–) were the founding members of the Bluestocking Society, although many of the early salons also took place in the home of Frances Boscawen.
Often perceived as being a group exclusively for women, the Bluestockings, in fact, were always open to male members.