Other literary forms
On the rare occasions when Anne Finch worked in other genres, she wrote in verse, such as in her two plays, the unproduced closet dramas The Triumphs of Love and Innocence (pb. 1902) and Aristomenes: Or, The Royal Shepherd (pb. 1713). The former is a tragicomedy, the latter a tragedy. She also wrote an epilogue to Nicholas Rowe’s 1714 The Tragedy of Jane Shore, which was spoken by the actress playing the title role.