The injur'd husband, or, The mistaken resentment ; and Lasselia, or, The self-abandon'd /
Eliza Haywood (1693?-1756) was one of the first women in England to earn a living writing fiction. Her early tales of amorous intrigue, sometimes based on real people, were exceedingly popular though controversial. Haywood, along with her contemporary Daniel Defoe, did more than any other writer to...
University Press of Kentucky,
|Series:||Eighteenth-century novels by women.