9781499368413 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 6, 2015, cover price $29.99 | also contains Camilla
9781481044639 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 19, 2012, cover price $24.95 | also contains Camilla | About this edition: Camilla; or A Picture of Youth
9780192839084 | Oxford Univ Pr, October 28, 1999, cover price $15.95 | About this edition: Textual notes and critical analysis accompany this edition of the eighteenth-century novel depicting the social and moral dilemmas of the young
Product Description: The letters in this volume record the last years of Mrs. Piozzi's life. Her correspondence from 1817 to 1821 reads like extensions of her private journals and may be seen as affirmation of hope and ambition as well as decelarations of frustration, grief, anger, and self-pity. (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
Product Description: Mrs. Piozzi's correspondence for the years 1811-1816 depicts a woman plagued by infirmity and financial difficulties. She also records the decline of her relationship with John Salusbury Piozzi Salusbury, her late husband's nephew and her adopted son. (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
9780874133943 | Univ of Delaware Pr, May 1, 1999, cover price $115.00 | About this edition: Mrs.
9780874133929 | Univ of Delaware Pr, December 1, 1992, cover price $75.00 | About this edition: The third of six volumes that contains most of the unpublished letters of Hester Lynch Piozzi from 1784 to 1821.
Product Description: This edition presents the voluminous correspondence that places Hester Lynch Piozzi squarely in the rich epistolary heritage of the eighteenth century. This first of six volumes is introduced by a prelude of letters to longtime correspondents, including Samuel Johnson and Fanny Burney, detailing the turmoil of her emotional and intellectual life before her scandalous marriage to an Italian, and Catholic, singing master...read more
9780874131154 | Univ of Delaware Pr, March 1, 1989, cover price $75.00 | About this edition: This edition presents the voluminous correspondence that places Hester Lynch Piozzi squarely in the rich epistolary heritage of the eighteenth century.