Author:Mary Robinson (1758-1800)

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Mary Robinson
English actress, poet, dramatist, novelist, and celebrity figure; also known as Perdita
Mary Robinson



  • Poems by Mrs. Robinson (1775)
  • Captivity; a Poem. And Celadon and Lydia; a Tale. (1777)
  • Poems, Volume I. (1791)
  • Poems, Volume II. (1794)
  • Modern Manners by "Horace Juvenal" (1793)
  • Sight, The Cavern of Woe, and Solitude. (1793)
  • Audley Fortescue (1795)
  • The Sicilian Lover (1796)
  • Sappho and Phaon, in a series of legitimate Sonnets, etc. (1796)
  • Lyrical Tales (1800)
  • The Poetical Works of the Late Mrs. Mary Robinson (1806)
  • Complete Poetry (1990)


  • The Lucky Escape (1778)


  • Vancenza, or the Dangers of Credulity (1792)
  • The Widow, or a picture of modern times (1794)
  • Angelina (1796)
  • Hubert de Sevrac (1796)
  • Julie St. Laurence (1797)
  • Walsingham; or, The Pupil of Nature (1797)
  • The False Friend: A Domestic Story (1799)
  • The Natural Daughter (1799)


  • Impartial Reflections on the Situation of the Queen of France (1791)
  • A Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination (1799)


  • Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson, Written by Herself (1801)

Works about Robinson[edit]

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