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Elizabeth Singer Rowe (née Singer, 1674–1737) was an English poet, essayist and fiction writer called "the ornament of her sex and age" and the "Heavenly Singer". She was among 18th-century England's most widely read authors. She wrote mainly religious poetry, but her best known Friendship in Death (1728) is a series of imaginary letters from the dead to the living. Despite a posthumous reputation as a pious, bereaved recluse, Rowe corresponded widely and was involved in local concerns at Frome in her native Somerset. She remained popular into the 19th century on both sides of the Atlantic and in translation. Though little read today, scholars call her stylistically and thematically radical for her time.

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  • Elizabeth Singer Rowe (née Singer, 1674–1737) was an English poet, essayist and fiction writer called "the ornament of her sex and age" and the "Heavenly Singer". She was among 18th-century England's most widely read authors. She wrote mainly religious poetry, but her best known Friendship in Death (1728) is a series of imaginary letters from the dead to the living. Despite a posthumous reputation as a pious, bereaved recluse, Rowe corresponded widely and was involved in local concerns at Frome in her native Somerset. She remained popular into the 19th century on both sides of the Atlantic and in translation. Though little read today, scholars call her stylistically and thematically radical for her time. (en)
  • Elizabeth Rowe (geboren am 11. November 1674 in , Somerset als Elizabeth Singer; gestorben am 20. November 1736 in ) war eine englische Künstlerin. Ihre Arbeiten umfassten Gedichte, Musik, Zeichenstudien, Briefe und literarische Traktate, die nach ihrem Tod gesammelt herausgegeben wurden. (de)
  • Elizabeth Singer Rowe (nacida Singer, 1674-1737) fue una poetisa, ensayista y escritora de ficción inglesa descrita como "el adorno de su sexo y edad" ​ y la "Cantante celestial". ​ Fue una de las autoras inglesas del siglo XVIII más leídas. ​ Escribió principalmente poesía religiosa, pero una de sus obras más conocidas Friendship in Death (Amistad en la muerte) (1728) consistió en una serie de cartas imaginarias de los muertos a los vivos. A pesar de una reputación póstuma como una reclusa piadosa y afligida, Rowe mantuvo una amplia correspondencia y estuvo involucrada en cuestiones locales en Frome en su natal Somerset . ​ Ella siguió siendo popular y, a menudo, se tradujo hasta bien entrado el siglo XIX, a ambos lados del Atlántico. Aunque se lee poco hoy en día, los estudiosos señalan que era estilística y temáticamente radical para su época. ​ (es)
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  • Elizabeth Singer Rowe (née Singer, 1674–1737) was an English poet, essayist and fiction writer called "the ornament of her sex and age" and the "Heavenly Singer". She was among 18th-century England's most widely read authors. She wrote mainly religious poetry, but her best known Friendship in Death (1728) is a series of imaginary letters from the dead to the living. Despite a posthumous reputation as a pious, bereaved recluse, Rowe corresponded widely and was involved in local concerns at Frome in her native Somerset. She remained popular into the 19th century on both sides of the Atlantic and in translation. Though little read today, scholars call her stylistically and thematically radical for her time. (en)
  • Elizabeth Rowe (geboren am 11. November 1674 in , Somerset als Elizabeth Singer; gestorben am 20. November 1736 in ) war eine englische Künstlerin. Ihre Arbeiten umfassten Gedichte, Musik, Zeichenstudien, Briefe und literarische Traktate, die nach ihrem Tod gesammelt herausgegeben wurden. (de)
  • Elizabeth Singer Rowe (nacida Singer, 1674-1737) fue una poetisa, ensayista y escritora de ficción inglesa descrita como "el adorno de su sexo y edad" ​ y la "Cantante celestial". ​ Fue una de las autoras inglesas del siglo XVIII más leídas. ​ Escribió principalmente poesía religiosa, pero una de sus obras más conocidas Friendship in Death (Amistad en la muerte) (1728) consistió en una serie de cartas imaginarias de los muertos a los vivos. A pesar de una reputación póstuma como una reclusa piadosa y afligida, Rowe mantuvo una amplia correspondencia y estuvo involucrada en cuestiones locales en Frome en su natal Somerset . ​ Ella siguió siendo popular y, a menudo, se tradujo hasta bien entrado el siglo XIX, a ambos lados del Atlántico. Aunque se lee poco hoy en día, los estudiosos señalan (es)
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