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Adeline Mowbray

or, The mother and daughter: a tale.

by Amelia Alderson Opie

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Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe mother and daughter
StatementBy Mrs. Opie
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14579875M
LC Control Number41042506

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Between and Opie wrote 13 works of prose—including Adeline Mowbray, 3 vol. (), based on the life of Wollstonecraft, and Valentine’s Eve, 3 vol. ()—and five books of verse. She became a Quaker in , working with philanthropist Elizabeth Fry and supporting the antislavery movement. This decision came at some cost to. I set out to read Amelia Opie's novel Adeline Mowbray more from sociological than literary interest: an treatment of voluntary cohabitation outside marriage couldn't fail to grab my interest, especially since this is a topic treated surprisingly seldom even by modern authors. Opie was, then, politically ahead of her time, but she surprised me by also writing an engaging book, if one at /5(2).

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As its subtitle suggests, Adeline Mowbray, or The Mother and Daughter begins and ends with their story, but its complex plot encompasses almost every other human relationship. This engaging novel explores many issues important in the Romantic period, from women’s education to the ethics of slavery and colonialism/5(8).

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Published in three volumes in JanuaryAdeline Mowbray’s initial print run of sold steadily, and it was in a third edition byas well as appearing in circulating and subscription was also being read in France ( translation by C. Chenel) and America (an edition was published in Georgetown, Washington in ).

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Adeline is a young woman who was raised by a mother foolishly obsessed with philosophy — I say foolishly because while she prides herself on her intellect, she has no practical skills whatsoever, and is the type of mother who composes a treatise on the education of children all the while neglecting her daughter.

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Such was the mother of Adeline Mowbray. such was the woman who, having married the heir of Rosevalley, merely to oblige her parents, saw herself in the prime of life a rich widow, with an only child, who was left by Mr Mowbray, a fond husband, but. Amelia Opie is the author of Adeline Mowbray ( avg rating, ratings, 17 reviews, published ), The Father and Daughter with Dangers of Coquetry /5(20).

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The plot of Adeline Mowbray begins with its title character’s unorthodox education. Bradryva rated it liked it Meanwhile, female acquaintances she has made along the way may be led into vice by her example, and she will have to live with .