Morgan, Lady (Sydney Owenson)

(1780?-1859)
   Novelist, dau. of Robert Owenson, an actor, was the author of several vivacious Irish tales, including The Wild Irish Girl (1806), O'Donnel (1814), and The O'Briens and the O'Flaherties (1827); also two books on society in France and in Italy characterised by "more vivacity and point than delicacy," and a Life of Salvator Rosa.

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  • Sydney Owenson — Lady Morgan, um 1810 Sydney Owenson, besser bekannt als Lady Morgan (* 25. Dezember 1776 in Dublin; † 14. April 1859 in London) war eine britische Dichterin und Schriftstellerin der Romantik. Le …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sydney — Sydney, Lady Morgan Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Lady Morgan Sydney, Lady Morgan (Nombre de soltera Owenson; cerca de 1776 – 14 abril 1859), fue una novelista irlandesa. Contenido …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lady Morgan — Lady Morgan, um 1810 Sydney Owenson, besser bekannt als Lady Morgan (* 25. Dezember 1776 in Dublin; † 14. April 1859 in London) war eine britische Dichterin und Schriftstellerin der Romantik. Leben …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sydney, Lady Morgan — Lady Morgan. Sydney, Lady Morgan (Nombre de soltera Owenson; cerca de 1776 – 14 abril 1859), fue una novelista irlandesa. Contenido 1 Primeros años de su vida …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lady Morgan — Lady Morgan, de son vrai nom Sydney Owenson (vers 1776 14 avril 1859), fut une nouvelliste irlandaise. Lady Morgan Sommaire 1 Sa …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lady Morgan — (Sydney Owenson) (ca. 1776 ndash; 14 April, 1859), was an Irish novelist.Early lifeShe was born in Dublin, the daughter of Robert Owenson, an Irish actor.CareerShe was one of the most vivid and hotly discussed literary figures of her generation.… …   Wikipedia

  • Morgan [2] — Morgan (spr. mohrgĕn), Lady Sydney, geborene Owenson, engl. Schriftstellerin, geb. 1783 zu Dublin, vermählt mit dem Arzt Sir Charles M., gest. 13. April 1859; verfaßte Romane aus dem irischen Leben (»The wild Irish girl«, 1886, etc.),… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Owenson, Sydney, Lady Morgan — (?1783 1859)    Born in Dublin, the daughter of Robert Owenson, a roving Irish actor, she was governess in the family of Featherstone of Bracklin Castle, Westmeath, from 1798 to 1800. She collected a number of Irish tunes and wrote English words… …   British and Irish poets

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