An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting - Scholar's Choice Edition

An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting Scholar s Choice Edition This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it This work was reproduced from the original artifact and remains
  • Title: An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting - Scholar's Choice Edition
  • Author: Jane Collier
  • ISBN: 9781297144936
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting - Scholar's Choice Edition
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  • Jane Collier

    Jane Collier 1714 March 1755 1 was an English novelist most famous for her book An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting 1753 She also collaborated with Sarah Fielding on her only other surviving work The Cry 1754.During her life, she was able to meet and work with many famous writers of her day In particular, Samuel Richardson and Henry Fielding both had a particular interest in her intelligence and in her writing ability.Personal life edit Collier was baptized on the 16th of January 1715 in Wiltshire, the daughter of philosopher and clergyman Reverend Authur Collier, and Margaret Johnson 2 She had two brothers and one sister 2 In 1716, their family were forced to move into a less expensive residence in Salisbury to pay debts 2 It was here that her brother Arthur, named after their father, studied law and educated his sisters, along with her childhood friend Sarah Fielding, in Greek and Latin language and literature his manner of education was to prepare the girls to become governesses 3 In 1732, her father died and Jane 17 , along with her sister Margaret 15 , were left without anyone to provide for them 3 In 1748, the sisters moved in with their brother Arthur who was living in the Doctors Commons 3 During this time, Arthur quarrelled with Henry, and it is possible that a split formed between the siblings 4 A year after, in 1749, her mother died 2 Soon after, the living arrangements dissolved, and Margaret became the governess to Henry Fielding s daughters and Jane with Samuel Richardson 3 Richardson was impressed by Collier s education, and wrote to Lady Bradshaigh that Jane was proof that women may be trusted with Latin and even Greek, and yet not think themselves above their domestic duties 5 Collier never married, possibly because she could not offer a sufficient dowry, or possibly because, like Sarah Fielding, she hoped to establish an independent living through her writing 6 In 1748, Richardson was using Collier as a go between with Sarah Fielding in order to help the two write 7 8 In 1753, she wrote The Art of Ingeniously Tormenting with the help of Sarah Fielding and possibly James Harris or Samuel Richardson 9 Afterwards, it was Richardson who printed the work 4 Her final book, written with Sarah Fielding, was The Cry, published in 1754 9 She died in 1755, just a year after the publication of The Cry The exact date of her death is not known, but her death took place in London before the end of March After her death, Richardson wrote to Sarah Fielding Don t you miss our dear Miss Jenny Collier and I do 10 Before she died, she planned a sequel to The Cry, describing it as A book called The Laugh on the same plan as The Cry 11 Richardson urged Fielding to revise The Cry just two years later 4 Style edit Collier s The Art of Ingeniously Tormenting has been described as the best known generic satire written in the eighteenth century by a woman 12 She is one of the many female 18th century authors including Frances Burney, Sarah Fielding, Sarah Scott, and Charlotte Turner Smith who experimented with alternative models for relationships, for different ways of regarding others and even for ameliorating society 13 As a sign of his favor for Collier s style, satiric humor, and classical learning, Henry Fielding wrote in the beginning of an edition of Horace To Miss Jane Collyer,This Edition of the bestof all the Roman Poets,as a Memorial however poor of the highest Esteem foran Understanding thanFemale, mixed with virtues almost than human, gives, offers upand dedicates her Sincere FriendHenry Fielding 14 This was one of the last works that Fielding would write because he left that evening on a trip to Lisbon where he died two months later 15 List of works edit An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting 1753 A social satire that was originally published anonymously

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