Thrale, Hester Lynch

Type
Individual
Identifier
Thrale, Hester Lynch
Gender
Female
Date of birth
January 27 1741
Country of birth
Wales
Education
Faith
ReaderStatus
Occupation
Related reading experiences
[Odes]
Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides
[Poems]
'Dying Christian to his Soul, The'
La Nouvelle Heloise
[French epitaphs]
Paradise Lost
Greek Anthology
La manière de bien penser dans les ouvrages d'esprit
ife and Memoirs of Mr Ephraim Tristram Bates, commonly called Corporal Bates, a broken-hearted Soldier
ife and Opinions of Tristram Shandy
Collection of Poems by Various Hands
Miscellanies
Consolation of Philosophy
Bonduca
[Plays]
[a Spanish play]
[French poems]
Odyssey
Cato
[Letters]
Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff
[verses on Mrs Greville and Mrs Crewe]
Menagiana
'Ye meaner beauties of the night'
'Irregular Ode on the English Poets'
'To Miss Salusbury'
[translation of one of Martial's 'Epigrams']
Sermons to Young Women
[verses on Garrick's Lear]
[sonnet to Voltaire]
[verses to a wife, about a penknife]
[poems]
[verses on a lady and a pen knife]
[Odes]
Ode to Indifference
[Odes]
Paradise Lost
Every Man in his Humour
[verses printed in the Gentleman's Magazine]
Rehearsal, The
Huetania
Prophecy of Famine, a Scots Pastoral
Ghost, The
Rambler, The
[translation of lines from Metastasio's 'Adriano']
[verses modelled on 'The Dunciad']
[MS Ode on St Cecilia's Day]
[a New York newspaper]
'Solitude: An Ode'
Continuation of the Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon
Journal of the Plague Year
Grecian Daughter, the: A tragedy
Irene: A Historical Tragedy
Cato
London Merchant, or the History of George Barnwell
Earl of Essex, The, a tragedy
Gentleman Instructed, In the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life
[verses written to Dr Parker by a clergyman]
Rival, The
[Ode on life]
Amurath
Adventurer, The
Ferdinand Count Fathom
Female Quixote, The
Tom Jones
Joseph Andrews
Evelina
Menagiana
[verses on death]
Sketches of the History of Man
History of the Earth and Animated Nature
Seasons, The - 'Spring'
Seasons, The - 'Summer'
Irene: A Historical Tragedy
Histoire Naturelle
History of Quadrupeds.
Esop; a comedy
Epigrams
Conjectures on Original Composition. In a Letter to the Author of Sir Charles Grandison
The Bubble: A Poem; aka, The South Sea Project
Fatal marriage, The; or, the innocent adultery
Fatal Curiosity: A True Tragedy of Three Acts
Provoked Husband, The
Old Batchelor, The
Cato
Irene: a Historical Tragedy
Mourning Bride, The
'Love Letter from Captain Roach to Mrs Rudd'
'Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers'
Shepheardes Calendar, The
Night Thoughts
[unknown poem praising Young]
The Sylph: a Novel
Volpone
[a poem on a Geranium]
The Witlings
Telluris Theoria Sacra
Astronomical Year, The: Or an Account of the Great Year MDCCXXXVI. Particularly of the Late Comet, Which was foretold by Sir Isaac Newton
L'Homme Singulier
[ladies memorandum books]
[burlesque translation of Euripides in the manner of Potter]
[translation of a provencale ballad]
Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
Rambler, The
Anecdotes
Anecdotes
Anecdotes
[Anecdotes]
Eloisa to Abelard
Comus: A Masque
Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind
'Preface' to Fresnoy's 'Art of Painting'
Essay on Man
Life and Fame
Critic, The
School for Scandal, The
Tom Jones
Clandestine Marriage, The
Lives of the Poets
Alma
Fair Penitent, The
Fatal Dowry, The
[a book of travels dealing with Abyssinia]
Rape of the Lock, The
Dunciad, The
[a sonnet]
Old Mans Wish, The
Elmerick; Or Justice Triumphant
Chevræana, ou Diverses Pensées
Anacreon to himself
[letter to his daughter, 1641]
Maxims, Characters, and Reflections
[translation of a French Chanson]
[articles contributed to the 'Universal History']
Sorberiana
[MS of his translations of Homer]
Gazette
[prose works]
[prose works]
Dunciad, The
Love of Fame, The Universal Passion
[Letters]
'St Peter and the Minstrel, a Tale'
Way of the World, The
Henry V
[sonnet about Piozzi]
[verses on Franklin's stove]
'8th Ode'
[a sonnet on love and friendship]
[a sonnet]
'North American Death Song'
La maniere de bien penser dans les ouvrages d'esprit. Dialogues.
'Cadenus and Vanessa'
Pastorals
'Third pastoral'
'Second Eclogue'
[a Song]
Cecilia
Eloisa to Abelard
Anatomy of Melancholy, The
'L'Allegro'
'Il Penseroso'
Wanderer, The
'The Medicine, A Tale - for the Ladies'
[a story]
Taming of the Shrew, The
Aeneid
View of Society and Manners in France, Switzerland and Germany
Tale of a Tub, A
[translation into Latin of Pope's 'Messiah']
Physico-Theology, or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, from His Works of Creation
'To Melancholy'
[verses beginning 'Pass gentelle Thought to her whom I love best']
[French Memoirs]
Cecilia