Author:Frances Burney

Frances Burney
English novelist, diarist, and playwright; daughter and biographer of Charles Burney
Frances Burney




  • Brief Reflections Relative to the French Emigrant Clergy, 1793.
  • Memoirs of Doctor Burney, London: Moxon, 1832.

Journals and lettersEdit

  • The Early Diary of Frances Burney 1768-1778, (2 vols.) ed. Annie Raine Ellis. London: 1889.
  • The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, ed. Austin Dobson. Macmillan, 1904.
  • The Diary of Fanny Burney, ed. Lewis Gibbs. Everyman; Dent, 1971.
  • Dr. Johnson & Fanny Burney, (HTML at Virginia) by Fanny Burney. Ed. Chauncy Brewster Tinker. London: Jonathan Cape, 1912.
  • The Journal and Letters of Fanny Burney (Madame D'Arblay) 1791-1840, (12 vols.) Vols. I-VI, ed. Joyce Hemlow, with Patricia Boutilier and Althea Douglas; Vol. VII, eds. Edward A. and Lillian D. Bloom; Vol. VIII, ed. Peter Hughes; Vols. IX-X, ed. Warren Derry; Vols. XI-XII, ed. Joyce Hemlow with Althea Douglas and Patricia Hawkins. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1972-1984.


  • The Witlings, 1779, (satiric comedy).
  • Edwy and Elgiva, 1790, (verse tragedy). Produced at Drury Lane, 21 March 1795.
  • Hubert de Vere, 1788-91? (verse tragedy).
  • The Siege of Pevensey, 1788-91? (verse tragedy).
  • Elberta, (fragment) 1788-91? (verse tragedy).
  • Love and Fashion, 1799, (satiric comedy).
  • The Woman Hater, 1800-1801, (satiric comedy).
  • A Busy Day, 1800-1801, (satiric comedy).

Works about BurneyEdit


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