Barrett, Elizabeth

Barrett, Elizabeth:

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1806–61, English poet, b. Durham. A delicate and precocious child, she spent a great part of her early life in a state of semi-invalidism. She read voraciously—philosophy, history, literature—and she wrote verse.
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Michael Evans, Nykola Smith, Carl Barrett, Elizabeth Carlyle and Shaun Johnson received jail terms of from 15 months to 28 months, totalling almost nine years, after being targeted by a four-month undercover operation.
The above definitions provide an orientation to the article in this issue by Mark Guiberson, Karen Barrett, Elizabeth Jancosek, and Christine Yoshinaga Itano.
She points to other female writers--"Jane Austen, Fanny Trollope, the Brontes, Elizabeth Barrett, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George Eliot"--who succeeded as authors "in spite of husbands, children, demanding or forbidding fathers, or sheer poverty and discouragement" (104).