Authors

          Featured Author

          Mary Collier

          (1688? - bur. 20 October 1762)

          Bibliography

          ODNB 37303; DMI 1429; DLB 95

          Editions

          • Cochran, Peter, ed. The Farmer's Boy by Robert Bloomfield: A Parallel Text Edition, with The Thresher's Labour by Stephen Duck and The Woman's Labour by Mary Collier. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2014. Print.
          • Thompson, E. P. and Marian Sugden, eds. The Thresher's Labour by Stephen Duck. The Woman's Labour by Mary Collier. London: Merlin Press, 1989. Print.

          Criticism

          • Fellers, Kathy G. A Study in Contrasts: Mary Collier and Mary Leapor's Diverse Contributions to Eighteenth-century British Laboring-Class Women's Poetry. Unpub. doct. diss., University of Houston, 2013. Print. [Dissertation Abstracts International 75(1), 2014]
          • Goodridge, John. Stephen Duck, The Thresher's Labour, and Mary Collier, The Woman's Labour. Gerrard, Christine, ed. A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006. 209-222. Print.
          • Klaus, H. Gustav. Stephen Duck und Mary Collier. Plebejische Kontro-Verse über Frauenarbeit vor 250 Jahren. Gulliver 10 (1981): 115-123. Print.
          • Krishnamurthy, Aruna. 'The Constant Action of Our Lab'ring Hands': Mary Collier's Demystification of Work and Womanhood in the Early Eighteenth Century. Boyd, Diane E. and Marta Kvande, eds. Everyday Revolutions: Eighteenth-Century Women Transforming Public and Private. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 2008. 67-93. Print.
          • Milne, Anne. 'Lactilla tends her fav'rite cow': ecocritical readings of animals and women in eighteenth-century British labouring-class women's poetry. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2008. Print.
          • Milne, Anne. Gender, class, and the beehive: Mary Collier's The Woman's Labour (1739) as nature poem. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 8(2) (2001): 109-129. Print.
          • Thompson, Peggy. Duck, Collier, and the ideology of verse forms. Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44(3) (2004): 505-523. Print.