The history of Emily Montague by Frances Brooke

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Statementby the author of Lady Julia Mandeville [i.e. Frances Brooke].
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FormatMicroform
Pagination3 microfiches (130 fr.).
Number of Pages130
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Open LibraryOL20317044M
ISBN 10066554054X

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A History of Emily Montague would have been a far better read had it been about pages shorter. The book can be (roughly) summed up as follows: a handful of sentimental somethings are living in 18th-century Quebec, and, for fun, they send each other epistles in which they hyperbolically expound upon their personal love lives.

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Frances Brooke was an 18th century British novelist, playwright, essayist and translator. Under the pseudonym of Mary Singleton4/5(2). Also inFrances Brooke's novel The History of Emily Montague was used in the earliest Oxford English Dictionary citation for the hyperbolic or figurative sense of "literally"; the sentence from the novel used was, "He is a fortunate man to be introduced to such a party of fine women at his arrival; it is literally to feed among the lilies."Born: 12 JanuaryClaypole, Lincolnshire, England.

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Oct 12,  · The History of Emily Montague is part travelogue, part political report, part love story. A fascinating first-hand glimpse into the colony of Quebec just ten years following the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, the subsequent fall of New France, and Québec becoming a British colony.

The novel takes place 10 years after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in when Quebec becomes a British colony. Written as a collection of letters, the story follows the relationships between Edward Rivers (a British soldier), his friend, John Temple (rather a cad), Emily Montague (a young British woman), and her dearest friend, Arabella Fermor (a flirtatious drama queen).

About the Book The beauty of Frances Brooke´s The History of Emily Montague is that it can be read both as a novel of sensibility with a sentimental love story and as a highly politicized depiction of life in eighteenth-century Quebec. It has much to say about confrontations between the Old World and the New, Huron and Iroquois cultures, and progressive gender roles.

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Frequently called the first Canadian novel, The History of Emily Montague, presents subversive views on traditional subjects like love and marriage and introduces such unique Canadian themes as the relationships between the Québecois and their British conquerors.

Melmoth is a very pleasing, genteel brunette, but Emily Montague–you will say I am in love with her if I describe her, and yet I declare to you I am not: knowing she loves another, to whom she is soon to be united, I see her charms with the same kind of pleasure I do yours; a pleasure, which, tho' extremely lively, is by our situation without.

Apr 30,  · About The History of Emily Montague. This charming love story captures the lives of Quebec City’s early English-speaking inhabitants, the Québécois, and the Native people, in the decade between Wolfe’s victory on the Plains of Abraham in. This charming love story captures the lives of Quebec City’s early English-speaking inhabitants, the Québécois, and the Native people, in the decade between Wolfe’s victory on the Plains of Abraham in and the American War of Independence in the s.

First published in ,The History of Emily Montague, which brings the 18th-century novel into a New World context, is rightly. A History of Emily Montague would have been a far better read had it been about pages shorter.

The book can be (roughly) summed up as follows: a handful of sentimental somethings are living in 18th-century Quebec, and, for fun. LibriVox recording of The History of Emily Montague Vol 1 (Dramatic Reading) by Frances Moore Brooke. Read in English by Julia Niedermaier; Amanda Friday; CaprishaPage; alanmapstone; Kit Noussis The novel takes place 10 years after the Battle of the Plains.

By: Frances Moore Brooke () The novel takes place 10 years after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in when Quebec becomes a British colony. Written as a collection of letters, the story follows the relationships between Edward Rivers (a British soldier), his friend, John Temple (rather a cad), Emily Montague (a young British woman), and her dearest friend, Arabella Fermor (a Author: Frances Moore Brooke.

The History of Emily Montague is a love story set in Quebec City. The early English-speaking inhabitants, the Quebecois, and the Native people are all a part of her story. The time is the decade between Wolfe's victory on the Plains of Abraham in and the American War of Independence in the s.

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The novel takes place 10 years after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in when Quebec becomes a British colony. Written as a collection of letters, the story follows the relationships between Edward Rivers (a British soldier), his friend, John Temple (rather a cad), Emily Montague (a young British woman), and her dearest friend, Arabella Fermor (a flirtatious drama queen).4/5(1).

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Jul 02,  · In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. HUMANITIES Frances Brooke. The History of Emily Montague. Edited by Mary Jane Edwards Carleton University Press. lxxi, · $ paper This is the third Canadian edition of Frances Brooke's History of. As the first novel written about and set in Canada, Frances Brooke ’s epistolary novel, The History of Emily Montague, contains surprisingly little insight into the political and socioeconomic realities of post-Conquest Quebec.

In fact, what we can deduce is Brooke’s prejudice of colonialization. For example she portrays the land/landscape as both “naturally rich,” thus ideal for. The History of Emily Montague. By. Frances Brooke. 0 (0 Reviews) Published: Downloads: Share This.

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Canadian Literature, History.From: Frances Brooke, The History of Emily Montague (London, England: Dodsley, ) The History of Emily Montague. Letter I. To John Temple, Esq.; at Paris. Cowes, April 10, After spending two or three very agreeable days here, with a party of friends, in exploring the beauties of the Island, and dropping a tender tear at Carisbrook Castle on the memory of the unfortunate Charles the.Jun 22,  · The novel takes place 10 years after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in when Quebec becomes a British colony.

Written as a collection of letters, the story follows the relationships between Edward Rivers (a British soldier), his friend, John Temple (rather a cad), Emily Montague (a young British woman), and her dearest friend, Arabella Fermor (a flirtatious drama queen).

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