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ELIZABETH INCHBALD - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 73479

ELIZABETH INCHBALD The Lovers' Vows playwright and actress, whose work famously appeared in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, signs her name in black ink Signature: "E. Inchbald" in black ink. 3x½ clipping affixed to 5¾x1½ piece of paper. Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) was an English novelist, actress and dramatist.

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ELIZABETH INCHBALD
The Lovers' Vows playwright and actress, whose work famously appeared in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, signs her name in black ink
Signature: "E. Inchbald" in black ink. 3x½ clipping affixed to 5¾x1½ piece of paper. Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) was an English novelist, actress and dramatist. After leaving home at the age of nineteen, Inchbald went to London to fulfil her acting ambition; it was there, young and alone, that she reportedly was a frequent victim of sexual harassment, and in 1772 she agreed to marry a Joseph Inchbald, most likely for protection. The couple toured around the country with the West Digges's theatre company until his death in 1779; after 17 years of acting, Inchbald began writing and between 1784 and 1805 she had nineteen of her comedies, sentimental drams and faces performed at London theatres, most notably her drama Lovers' Vows (1798), which was famously references in the Jane Austen novel Mansfield Park. Her other plays include I'll Tell you What (1785), Such Things Are (1787) and A Case of Conscience (1833). She wrote two novels, A Simple Story (1791) and Nature and Art (1796), as well as did critical and editorial work for The British Theature (1806-1809), Collection of Farces and Afterpieces (1809), and The Modern Theatre (1811). Irregularly cut. Edges frayed. Toned. Stained throughout. Creased throughout. Ink notes in top margin in unknown hand. Slightly soiled. Adhesive residue. Otherwise, fine condition.

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