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Works by Haywood

Collections Written by Eliza Haywood and Published before 1850:

  • The Danger of Giving Way to Passion (1720–1723)
  • The Works (3 volumes, 1724)
  • Secret Histories, Novels and Poems (4 volumes, 1725)
  • Secret Histories, Novels, Etc. (1727)

Individual Works Written by Eliza Haywood and Published Before 1850:

  • Love in Excess (1719–1720)
  • Letters from a Lady of Quality (1720) (translation of Edme Boursault's play)
  • The Fair Captive (1721)
  • The British Recluse (1722)
  • The Injur'd Husband (1722)
  • Idalia; or The Unfortunate Mistress (1723)
  • A Wife to be Lett (1723)
  • Lasselia; or The Self-Abandon'd (1723)
  • The Rash Resolve; or, The Untimely Discovery (1723)
  • Poems on Several Occasions (1724)
  • A Spy Upon the Conjurer (1724)
  • The Lady's Philosopher's Stone (1725) (translation of Louis Adrien Duperron de Castera's historical novel)
  • The Masqueraders; or Fatal Curiosity (1724)
  • The Fatal Secret; or, Constancy in Distress (1724)
  • The Surprise (1724)
  • The Arragonian Queen: A Secret History (1724)
  • The Force of Nature; or, The Lucky Disappointment (1724)
  • Memoirs of the Baron de Brosse (1724)
  • La Belle Assemblée (1724–1734) (translation of Madame de Gomez's novella)
  • Fantomina; or Love in a Maze (1725)
  • Memoirs of a Certain Island Adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia (1725)
  • Bath Intrigues: in four Letters to a Friend in London (1725)
  • The Unequal Conflict (1725)
  • The Tea-Table (1725)
  • The Dumb Projector: Being a Surprising Account of a Trip to Holland Made by Duncan Campbell (1725)
  • The Fatal Fondness (1725)
  • Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1725)
  • The Mercenary Lover; or, the Unfortunate Heiresses (1726)
  • Reflections on the Various Effects of Love (1726)
  • The Distressed Orphan; or, Love in a Madhouse (1726)
  • The City Jilt; or, The Alderman Turn'd Beau (1726)
  • The Double Marriage; or, The Fatal Release (1726)
  • The Secret History of the Present Intrigues of the Court of Carimania (1726)
  • Letters from the Palace of Fame (1727)
  • Cleomelia; or The Generous Mistress (1727)
  • The Fruitless Enquiry (1727)
  • The Life of Madam de Villesache (1727)
  • Love in its Variety (1727) (translation of Matteo Bandello's stories)
  • Philadore and Placentia (1727)
  • The Perplex'd Dutchess; or Treachery Rewarded (1728)
  • The Agreeable Caledonian; or, Memoirs of Signiora di Morella (1728)
  • Irish Artifice; or, The History of Clarina (1728)
  • The Disguis'd Prince (1728) (translation of Madame de Villedieu's 1679 novel)
  • The City Widow (1728)
  • Persecuted Virtue; or, The Cruel Lover (1728)
  • The Fair Hebrew; or, A True, but Secret History of Two Jewish Ladies (1729)
  • Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh (1729)
  • Love-Letters on All Occasions Lately Passed between Persons of Distinction (1730)
  • The Opera of Operas (1733)
  • L'Entretien des Beaux Esprits (1734)
  • The Dramatic Historiographer (1735)
  • Arden of Feversham (1736)
  • Adventures of Eovaai, Princess of Ijaveo: A Pre-Adamitical History (1736)
    • Alternative title The Unfortunate Princess, or The Ambitious Statesman (2nd edition, 1741)
  • The Anti-Pamela; or Feign'd Innocence Detected (1741)
  • The Virtuous Villager (1742) (translation of Charles de Fieux's work)
  • The Sopha (1743) (translation of Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon's novel)
  • Memoirs of an Unfortunate Young Nobleman (1743)
  • A Present for a Servant Maid; or, the Sure Means of Gaining Love and Esteem (1743)
  • The Fortunate Foundlings (1744)
  • The Female Spectator (4 volumes, 1744–1746)
  • The Parrot (1746)
  • Memoirs of a Man of Honour (1747)
  • Life's Progress through the Passions; or, The Adventures of Natura (1748)
  • Epistle for the Ladies (1749)
  • Dalinda; or The Double Marriage (1749)
  • A Letter from H------ G--------, Esq., One of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber of the Young Chevalier (1750)
  • The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (1751)
  • The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy (1753)
  • The Invisible Spy (1754)
  • The Wife (1756)
  • The Young Lady (1756)
  • The Husband (1756)

Also See:

  • The Female Spectator (4 vols., 1744–1746). 5th ed., v.3 (London: 1755); 7th ed. (London: 1771)

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