Ms. Aikin is well known for translating the French texts: L Lucy Aikin (1781-1864) was an English historical writer. Lucy was interested in early education, and as such published several works to assist young readers. Poetry for Children consisting of Short Pieces to be Committed to Memory (1801), Juvenile Correspondence or Letters (1811), An English Lesson Book (1828), and The Acts of Life (1858). Ms. Aikin is well known for translating the French texts: Louis Francois Jauffret's The Travels of Rolando (c. 1804), and Jean Gaspard Hess' The Life of Ulrich Zwingli (1812).
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Author: Aikin, Lucy, 1781-1864.
Lucy Aikin (6 November 1781 – 29 January 1864) was an English historical writer, biographer and correspondent. She also published under the pseudonyms Mary Godolphin, I. F. M. and J. W. Her literature-minded family included her aunt Anna Laetitia Barbauld, a writer of poetry, essays and children's books. Born at Warrington in 1781, Aikin was the fourth child of a physician, John Aikin (1747–1822), and his wife, Martha Jennings (died 1830). Theirs was a literary family of prominent Unitarians.
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Aikin, Lucy, 1781-1864. Title: Epistles on Women. Publication info: Davis, California 95616: British Women Romantic Poets Project 1998. Epistles on women, exemplifying their character and condition in various ages and nations. With miscellaneous poems Aikin, Lucy, 1781-1864 London: Printed for J. Johnson and Co, 1810.
Juvenile correspondence, or, Letters designed as examples of the epistolary style: for children of both sexes. Memoirs of the court of King Charles the First. Epistles On Women: exemplifying their character and condition in various ages and nations : with miscellaneous poems. Memoirs; miscellanies and letters of the late Lucy Aikin; including those addressed to the Rev. Dr. Channing 1826 to 1842.
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Henry James wrote of Lucy Aikin: Clever, sagacious, shrewd. and an accomplished writer, one wonders why her vigorous intellectual temperament has not attracted independent notice. The most important long poem by a woman from the British Romantic era, Aikin’s Epistles on Women (1810) is the first text in English to re-write the entire history of western culture, from the creation story of Genesis through the eighteenth century, from a feminist perspective