Eliza Haywood Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Literary Criticism (1400-1800))

*†Love in Excess; or, The Fatal Enquiry. 3 vols, (novel) 1719-20

The Fair Captive (drama) 1721

*†The British Recluse; or, The Secret History of Cleomira, Supos'd Dead (novel) 1722

*†Idalia; or, The Unfortunate Mistress (novel) 1723

†‡The Masqueraders ; or, Fatal Curiosity (novel) 1724-5

Fantomina; or, Love in a Maze (novel) 1724

*†Lasselia; or, The Self-Abandoned (novel) 1724

*†Poems on Several Occasions (poetry) 1724

*†The Rash Resolve; or, The Untimely Discovery (novel) 1724

A Spy Upon the Conjurer; or, A Collection of Surprising Stories, with Names, Places, and Particular Circumstances Relating to Mr. Duncan Campbell, Commonly Known by the Name of the Deaf and Dumb Man; and the Astonishing Penetration and Event of His Predictions (novel) 1724

* A Wife to Be Let (drama) 1724

Memoirs of a Certain Island Adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia. 2 vols, (novel) 1725-26

The Perplexed Duchess; or, Treachery Rewarded (novel) 1727

Philidore and Placentia; or, L'Amor trop Delicat (novel) 1727

The Secret History of the Present Intrigues of the Court of Caramania (novel) 1727

Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh (drama) 1729

The Adventures of Eovaai, Princess of Ijaveo. A Pre-Adamitical History (novel) 1736; also published as The Unfortunate Princess, 1741.

Anti-Pamela; or, Feigned Innocence Detected in a Series of Syrena's Adventures (novel) 1742

The Female Spectator. 4 vols, (periodical) 1744-46

Dalinda; or, The Double Marriage (novel) 1749

The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. 4 vols, (novel) 1751

The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy (novel) 1753

The Invisible Spy (novel) 1755

* These works, or portions of them, were included in Haywood's four-volume Works, published in 1724.

† These works, or portions of them, were included in Haywood's four-volume Secret Histories, Novels, and Poems, published in 1725.

‡ These works, or portions of them, were included in Haywood's two-volume Secret Histories, Novels, etc., published in 1727.