Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849) English novelist and teacher, wrote Castle Rackrent. She is often considered either the 'Irish Jane Austen' or the 'female Sir Walter Scott,' although her writing actually influenced both. Her novels and stories fall into three categories: sketches of Irish life, commentary on contemporary English society, and instruction in children's moral training. Published between 1796 and 1834, her work is characterized by both a Scott-like Romantic attachment to the past and an Austenian wit and rationalism.
Maria Edgeworth Books provides the works of Maria Edgeworth as listed below:
Letter From A Gentleman to His Friend
Letters of Julia and Caroline
Love and Law
Madame de Fleury
Murad the Unlucky
Tales and Novels: Vol 1
Tales and Novels: Vol 2
The Limerick Gloves
The Parent's Assistant
The Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock
Thoughts On Bores
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