ANON. Susan (1809)
Monthly Review, 2nd ser. 59 (July 1809): 319.
This production promises to class among the blue-winged
ephemera of the year, and we will not seek to impede its feeble
flitting among the gentle judges who may be disposed to bestow on
it the sunshine of their smiles. The language is always modest,
though sometimes ungrammatical; and the tale contains a prodigious
number of fevers, together with several faintings, two duels, and
one or two deaths.
Notes: Listed under ‘Monthly Catalogue: Novels’. Format:
2 vols 12mo; price 7s. Sewed. Publisher: Booth.
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