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    Burney Fanny 1752-1840
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840; Bloom, Edward Alan, 1914

Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840; Bloom, Edward Alan, 1914-. Young women, Socialites, Debutantes. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press.

Frances ("Fanny") Burney 1752 - 1840 Frances Burney also known as Fanny Burney and, after her marriage, as Madame d'Arblay, was an English novelist, diarist and playwright. She was born on June 13, 1752 and wrote four novels (Evelina, Cecilia, Camilla and The Wanderer). Her first novel was written anonymously in 1778, without her father¿s knowledge or permission. After it became a literary success, she admitted to her father that she was the author.

Original inscription: to dr. burney. which form the natural progression of the life of a young woman of obscure birth, but conspicuous beauty, for the first six months after her Entrance into the world. Oh, Author of my being! – far more dear To me than light, than nourishment, or rest, Hygeia's blessings, Rapture's burning tear, Or the life-blood that mantles in my breast! If in my heart the love of Virtue glows, 'T was planted there by an unerring rule; From thy example the pure flame arose, Thy life, my precept, – thy good works, my school.

Frances ("Fanny") Burney 1752 - 1840 Frances Burney also known as Fanny Burney and, after her marriage, as Madame d'Arblay .

Burney, Fanny - ▪ British author byname of Frances d Arblay, née Burney born June 13, 1752, King s Lynn, Norfolk, England died January 6, 1840, London English novelist and letter writer, daughter of the musician Charles Burney (Burney, Charles), and autho. Universalium.

Born Frances Burney, Fanny Burney (1752–1840) was an English author of satirical novels and plays. She has left his countryside home to enter into society and she knows virtually nothing about her birth parents. Burney was self-educated and began writing at the age of ten. She moved between literary circles and learned about the art of writing from her peers. He has entrusted her into the care of a couple of prominent women to introduce her to operas and plays in cities like London and Bath and the company of those in high society. Evelina meets amiable persons such as Lady Howard and Mrs. Mirvan and her daughter Miss Mirvan and the polished Lord Orville.

Fanny Burney Evelina. Letter I lady howard to the rev. MR. VILLARS Howard Grove, Kent. CAN any thing, my good Sir, be more painful to a friendly mind, than a necessity of communicating disagreeable intelligence? Indeed it is sometimes difficult to determine, whether the relator or the receiver of evil tidings is most to be pitied. Evelyn left to me a legacy of a thousand pounds, and the sole guardianship of his daughter's person till her eighteenth year; conjuring me, in the most affecting terms, to take the charge of her education till she was able to act with propriety for herself; but, in regard to fortune, he left her wholly dependent on her mother, to whose.

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