Mary Chudleigh, Lady Chudleigh (August 1656 – 1710) was an English poet who
was part of an intellectual circle which included Mary Astell, Elizabeth Thomas, ...
Lady Mary Chudleigh (1656-1710) was a devout Anglican who educated herself
and, ahead of her time, challenged traditional gender roles. “To the Ladies” ...
By Lady Mary Chudleigh. Wife and servant are the same,. But only differ in the
name: For when that fatal knot is tied,. Which nothing, nothing can divide:.
Jan 13, 2012 ... The poet and essayist Mary Chudleigh (1656-1710) is buried in the church of St
John the Baptist, Higher Ashton, Devon. The Chudleigh vault is ...
Lady Mary Chudleigh's biography and life story.A devoted Anglican, Chudleigh
was self-educated in religious, scientific, and philosophical works. A fan of ...
An English poet and essayist, Lady Mary Chudleigh (1656-1710) educated
herself at a time when women rarely had access to formal education. Part of a
Chudleigh, Lady Mary. , who had the character of a very philosophic and poetic
lady, was born in 1656, and was the daughter of Richard Lee, of Winsloder, ...
A fan of, probably acquainted with, contemporary Mary Astell, Chudleigh
acknowledged her intellectual debt to Astell. Both women, along with Elizabeth
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