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Anna Fitzer

Senior Lecturer in 18th-Century Literature and Admissions Tutor for English and Creative Writing


‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818) (2019)
Journal Article
Fitzer, A. (in press). ‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818). Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840,

This article is the first to re-read Helen Monteagle as a contribution to understandings of the variety of prose fiction published in the Romantic period. Its circulation in print coincided with that of Frankenstein and Northanger Abbey, and its disa... Read More about ‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818).

Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge (2018)
Journal Article
Fitzer, A. M. (2018). Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge. Romanticism, 24(2), 179-190. https://doi.org/10.3366/rom.2018.0371

This article focuses upon Alicia LeFanu (fl. 1809–36), author of several poems, six multi-volume novels, a critical biography of her grandmother, Frances Sheridan, and articles for the Court Magazine. Descended from an eminent literary family, and si... Read More about Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge.

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