The Wanderer: Or, Female Difficulties, Vol. 3 by Frances Burney

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London, England Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1814
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1 online resource (438 p.)

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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is the single most widely read work of the English Romantic period, yet the author's other works remain relatively unknown. This is the first collection of all her novels, travel writing, journalism and prefaces. The edition makes a major contribution to the study of nineteenth-century English literature.
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  • Contributor(s): Bloom, Edward Alan, 1914-
  • Contributor(s): Bloom, Lillian D., 1920-
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1814
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In English, Originally published in English
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