- Author:Mary Hassal,Aaron Burr,Leonora Sansay
- Publisher:Books for Libraries; Facsimile edition (June 1, 1971)
- Pages:225 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
- FB2 format1662 kb
- ePUB format1973 kb
- DJVU format1862 kb
- Formats:rtf lit mbr rtf
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Leonora Sansay (December 11, 1773 – 1821) was an American novelist. She was the author of Secret History; or, The Horrors of St. Domingo, in a Series of Letters Written by a Lady at Cape Francois to Col. Burr, late Vice-President of the United States, Principally During the Command of General Rochambeau (Philadelphia, 1808) and Laura (Philadelphia, 1809), and possibly three other novels: Zelica: The Creole (London, 1820); The Scarlet Handkerchief (London, 1823); and The Stranger in Mexico (not extant).
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Secret History was first published anonymously; Leonora Sansay was identified as the author through the . A Secret History: The Loves of Aaron Burr.
Secret History was first published anonymously; Leonora Sansay was identified as the author through the multiple written additions to the publication/title pages, Identifying the author as (Mrs. Leonora Sansay) or Ms. Hassal. 1796 - begins affair with Aaron Burr - most likely met at Hassall’s tavern, the meeting place for politicians.
Leonora Mary Hassal Sansay (b. 1781), also known as Mary Hassal, was . Vice-President Aaron Burr's niece
Leonora Mary Hassal Sansay (b. Vice-President Aaron Burr's niece. This work, first published in 1808, takes the form of a series of letters to her uncle, describing the events which she witnessed between 1802 and 1805 in the French colony of St Domingo, which became the Republic of Haiti in 1804 after a fierce revolution. A large French army under General Leclerc was sent by Napoleon to retake the colony from the ex-slave Toussaint Louverture and his army
Sansay's writing provocatively draws comparisons between Saint Domingue during the Haitian Revolution and the postrevolutionary United States, while fluidly combining qualities of the eighteenth-century epistolary novel, colonial travel writing, and political analysis.
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