Author:Elizabeth Carter

Elizabeth Carter
(1717–1806)
Elizabeth Carter

WorksEdit

  • Poems upon Particular Occasions (1738)
  • Poems upon Particular Occasions (1762)
  • A Series of Letters between Mrs. Elizabeth Carter and Miss Catharine Talbot from the year 1741 to 1770, to which are added Letters from Mrs. Elizabeth Carter to Mrs. Vesey between the years 1763 and 1787 (1809), in 4 vols.
  • Letters from Mrs. Elizabeth Carter to Mrs. Montagu, between the years 1755 and 1800, chiefly upon Literary and Moral Subjects (1817), in 3 vols.

TranslationsEdit

{tr} Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy explained for the use of the Ladies, in six Dialogues on Light and Colour (1739)
  • An examination of Mr. Pope's Essay on man {1739), by Jean-Pierre de Crousaz [1]
  • All the works of Epictetus: which are now extant; consisting of his Discourses, preserved by Arrian, in four books, the Enchiridion, and fragments (1758) [2]

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