Author:Emma Roberts

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Emma Roberts
(1791–1840)
English travel writer and poet, known for her memoirs about India.

Works[edit]

  • Views in India, chiefly among the Himalaya Mountains (1838) (edited)
  • Memoirs of the rival houses of York and Lancaster, historical and biographical: embracing a period of English history from the accession of Richard II. to the death of Henry VII (1827) (1, 2)
  • Oriental Sketches, Dramatic Sketches, and Tales, With Other Poems (1830) (external scan)
  • Oriental scenes, sketches and tales [in verse] (1832) (external scan)
  • Scenes and characteristics of Hindostan, with sketches of Anglo-Indian society (1835) (1, 2)
  • Views in India, China, and on the shores of the Red Sea, Drawn by Prout, Stanfield, Cattermole, Purser, Cox, Austen, &c. from original sketches by Commander Robert Elliott, R.N.; with descriptions by Emma Roberts (1835) Google Books
  • The Zenana and minor poems of Letitia Elizabeth Landon: with a memoir by Emma Roberts (1839)
  • Notes of an overland journey through France and Egypt to Bombay (1840) (external scan) Google Books

Anthologized

Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.