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|Statement||By Mrs. Helen C. Knight|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., -282 p.|
|Number of Pages||282|
Jun 24, · The Letters of Hannah More: A Digital Edition brings together for the first time the fascinating letters written by the celebrated playwright, poet, philanthropist, moralist and educationalist Hannah More (). More was one of the most important voices of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Hannah More (), the daughter of an obscure schoolmaster, began her working life as a teacher at her sisters' school in Bristol. In her thirtieth year she came to London to persuade the actor-manager David Garrick to put on one of her plays. Her subsequent career as playwright,bluestocking, Evangelical reformer, political writer, and novelist turned her into one of the most influential.
Hannah More, –, English author and social reformer. She was educated, and later taught, at her sisters' school for girls in Bristol. At the age of 22 she became engaged to William Turner, a wealthy squire 20 years older than she; he never married her, but settled an annuity on her that made her financially independent. Mar 04, · Prolific author Hannah More made her way to the most prestigious literary circles of eighteenth-century England, establishing herself as a true Bluestocking. But she’s better known for her moralist writings. Hannah More was born on February 2, Her father, who’d been raised Presbyterian, had turned to the Church of England.
Aug 15, · Hannah More Biography. Sarah Allen has written a new book on More: Hannah More: The Woman Who Wouldn’t Stop Writing (Christian Focus 4 Kids, ). The Trailblazers line of Christian biographies from Christian Focus now covers 62 Christian figures in a narrative format for kids ages Memoirs of the life of Mrs. Hannah More. Product Details. Category: books SKU: CLK Title: Memoirs of the life of Mrs. Hannah More Author: Roberts, William Book binding: N/A Publisher: Seeley & Burnside Year of publication: N/A Condition: GOOD Description. This book has been inspected carefully by hand by trained book valuers to ensure the condition description is as accurate as Seller Rating: % positive.
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The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Hannah More (More, Hannah, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. More, Hannah,contrib.: The Book of Private Devotion: A Series of Prayers and Meditations, With an Introductory Essay on Prayer, Chiefly from the Writings of Hannah More (revised and enlarged; New York: R.
Carter and Bros., Hannah More was born in the village of Fishponds in Gloucestershire (now a suburb of Bristol) the fourth of five daughters of a schoolmaster, Jacob More, and his wife, Mary Grace More, the daughter of a farmer in the neighbouring village of Stoke Gifford. Jacob had been born in East Anglia and believed he had a claim to an estate in Suffolk.
Hannah More (2 February – 7 September ) was an English religious writer and philanthropist, remembered as a poet and playwright in the circle of Johnson, Reynolds and Garrick, as a writer on moral and religious subjects, and as a practical erum-c.com in Bristol, she taught at a school established there by her father and began writing erum-c.comg place: Wrington, Somerset.
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A British playwright, abolitionist, and philanthropist, More was born near Bristol. Her father, a headmaster, trained More and her sisters to be teachers. Hannah More’s father and older sisters founded a school when the girls were in their teens, and More taught there as a young woman.
Her play The Inflexible Captive was staged in ; it was followed by Percy: a Tragedy (), and Fatal. Language: English. Brand new Book. The history of Tom White By Hannah More Hannah More (2 February - 7 September ) was an English religious writer and philanthropist, remembered as a poet and playwright in the circle of Johnson, Reynolds and Garrick, as a writer on moral and religious subjects, and as a practical philanthropist.
But then, there are also the seasons of life when we see someone like Hannah More come into her own, or sacrifice much to make a better world. Fierce Convictions is narrative biography at its best: restoring a great soul to her rightful place in our living cultural memory.
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A British playwright, abolitionist, and philanthropist, More was born near Bristol. Her father, a headmaster, trained More and her sisters to be teachers.
Hannah More’s father and older sisters founded a school when the girls were in their teens, and More taught there as a.
Read this book on Questia. The main sources for the life of Hannah More are the four volumes of the Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of Mrs Hannah More, including some pages of her Diary, edited by William Roberts, Esq., and published inand Miss More's own works published between and Roberts Memoirs were subjected, during and after his lifetime, to severe and not.
Hannah More (2 February – 7 September ) was an English religious writer, Romantic and philanthropist. She can be said to have made three reputations in the course of her long life: as a poet and playwright in the circle of Johnson, Reynolds and Garrick, as a writer on moral and religious subjects, and as a practical philanthropist.
Jul 22, · - Hannah More The constant habit of perusing devout books is so indispensable, that it has been termed the oil of the lamp of prayer. Too much reading, however, and too little meditation, may produce the effect of a lamp inverted; which is extinguished by the very excess of that aliment, whose property is to feed it.
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We have new and used copies available, in 17 editions - starting at $ Shop now.Early broadside printing of More’s influential abolitionist poem, with a wood-engraved vignette picturing a slave being rescued by a cleric. “Beyond any doubt, Hannah More was the most influential female member of the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the African Slave Trade” (Carey).
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