5 edition of Coquette. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S9777 Co, PR6037.W85 Co|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||21015558|
Coastal Rhode Island
Hot and bothered
Day-by-Day Horoscopes 1988
Basics of documentation
Reconciling work and family life
Creative art in England from the earliest times to the present
A boat, a whale, & a walrus
Foreign Direct Investment and the World Economy
Report of an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Reginald Berryman and into certain matters concerning Penn-Rose Nursing Home, the Mental Health Services, and the Mental Health Act
Lucys holiday surprise
The little ragged ten thousand, or, Scenes of actual life among the lowly in New York
Cruising the Rideau & Richelieu canals
Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette is a American epistolary seduction novel and a roman à clef about the death of Elizabeth Whitman (fictionally re-christened Eliza Wharton), a woman of the Connecticut gentry who is impregnated by a married man and who then dies in a tavern after giving birth to his stillborn child/5.
The Coquette, one of the two 'best-selling' American novels of the 18th century, tells the much-publicized story of the seduction and death of Elizabeth Whitman, a poet /5(34). Hannah Webster Foster's novel The Coquette is an excellent example of women's literature written during a period of American history in which man typically dictated societal standards of literature and behavior/5(36).
Published in the late 18th century and considered to be one of the first American novels, "The Coquette" is written in an epistolary style--not too often seen these days. It's a work of fiction, but the story is based on an actual person and the events in her life/5(3).
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The Coquette Summary The novel, told in epistolary form, begins with Eliza Wharton spending time with her married friends, General and Mrs. Richman. She is a young, beautiful, smart, and prone to flirtatiousness.
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