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The fair jilt, or, The history of Prince Tarquin and Miranda written by Mrs. A. Behn.
Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689.
Caption title: The fair hypocrite, or, The amours of Prince Tarquin and Miranda.
, 120 p.
London : Printed by R. Holt, for Will. Canning ..., 1688.
Wing / B1729
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Born in the first few decades of the seventeenth century, Aphra Behn is one of early literature s best-known female writers. Behn had the lucky distinction of being able to support herself strictly by her pen, something unheard of for women of her time. Throughout her long career, she wrote in various formspoetry, plays, proseand is known as a member of the fair triumvirate of wit alongside fellow scribes Eliza Haywood and Delarivier Manley. Although little is known about her early life, Behn s father held a post as lieutenant governor of Surinam, and Behn s experiences during her stay most likely formed the basis for her most famous work, Oroonoko. Behn was also a popular dramatist in her time, penning critical successes like The Rover and The Feigned Courtesans. Her literary exploits aside, Behn is also known to have acted as a political spy for King Charles II of England during the Second Anglo-Dutch War. Behn died in 1689, and is buried in Westminster Abbey.
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Book Description EEBO Editions, ProQuest, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 144 pages. 9.69x7.44x0.31 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1240945566