1737, Aug 201807, Jul 3
an English writer and poet. Cooper's first writing was in the form of children's books, published with John Newbery, but details of these publications has been lost. Her most prominent writing took the form of epistolary novels, beginning with Letters between Emilia and Harriet, first published in 1762. Cooper's most famous work, The Exemplary Mother, or Letters between Mrs. Villars and her Family, was published in two volumes in 1769 and republished in 1784. Cooper published two novels in 1775—The Daughter' (a revised version of her first novel) and The History of Fanny Meadows—followed by Jane Shore to her Friend: A Poetic Epistle the following year.
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