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Regina Maria Roche, the Minerva Press, and the bibliographic spread of Irish gothic fiction
Christina Morin

. 41 Schroeder, ‘Regina Maria Roche, popular novelist’, 462. 42 ‘Maria Regina Roche [ sic ]’, The New England weekly review , 35 (10 November 1828), n.p., Nineteenth-century U.S. newspapers . www.gale.com/c/19th-century-us-newspapers , accessed 5 March 2015. This comment was made specifically of The children of the abbey , but, as discussed later in this chapter, Roche's oeuvre as

in The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829
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Location the Irish gothic novel
Christina Morin

: [I]f Madam Helen were alive at this day, and were to elope, as formerly she did, with Ensign Paris, her flight might, perhaps, furnish a paragraph for a Newspaper, but would not even rouse her Captain Menelaus to challenge her paramour to a single combat, or so much as inspire any of our ballad-mongers to bewail her mishap to the tune of The Lady's Downfall . (‘Conjugal fidelity’, p. 180) With the values of the heroic age having given way to the politeness of genteel society in the 1780s, Griffith

in The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829