- Author:Maria Edgeworth
- Publisher:W. W. Norton & Company (January 17, 1965)
- Pages:102 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Castle Rackrent book.
Shortly before its publication, an introduction, glossary and footnotes, written in the voice of an English narrator, were added to the original text to blunt the negative impact the Edgeworths feared the book might have on English enthusiasm for the Act of Union 1800.
Title: Castle Rackrent. Author: Maria Edgeworth . As a rule people’s books appeal first to one’s imagination, and then after a time, if the books are good books and alive, not stuffed dummies and reproductions, one begins to divine the writers themselves, hidden away in their pages, and wrapped up in their hot-press sheets of paper; and so it happened by chance that a printed letter once. written by Maria Edgeworth to Mrs. Barbauld set the present reader wondering about these two familiar names, and trying to realise the human beings which they each represented.
Castle Rackrent - Maria Edgeworth. Printed in the United States of America.
Castle Rackrent and The Absentee Maria Edgeworth,Anne Thackeray Ritchie Snippet view - 1895 time out of mind, voluntarily undertaken to publish the Memoirs of the Rackrent Family, I think it my duty to say a few words, in the first place, concerning myself.
Castle Rackrent and The Absentee Maria Edgeworth,Anne Thackeray Ritchie Snippet view - 1895. Common terms and phrases time out of mind, voluntarily undertaken to publish the Memoirs of the Rackrent Family, I think it my duty to say a few words, in the first place, concerning myself. Appears in 61 books from 1801-2008.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate.
With her satire on Anglo-Irish landlords in Castle Rackrent (1800), Maria Edgeworth pioneered the regional novel and inspired Sir Walter Scotts Waverley (1814). Politically risky, stylistically innovative, and wonderfully entertaining, the novel changes the focus of the conflict in Ireland from religion to class, and boldly predicts the rise of the Irish Catholic bourgeoisie.