Benedikte Naubert

Benedikte Naubert with foster son, 1806 Benedikte Naubert, born Christiana Benedicta Hebenstreit (13 September 1756 – 12 January 1819) was a German writer who published anonymously more than 50 historical novels, and is considered a pioneer of the genre in the 1780s. Naubert wrote under the pseudonyms Verfasser des Walther von Montbarry, Verfasser der Alme, Verfasserin des Walther von Montbarry, and Fontanges. Today she is largely unknown, even in Germany. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1794
printed for J. Bell, No. 148, Oxford Street, Opposite Bond-Street

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1808
[s.n.]
Cover Image

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1803
Lane and Newman

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1803
Lane and Newman

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1803
Lane and Newman

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1803
Lane and Newman

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1803
Lane and Newman

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by Naubert, Benedikte
Published 1794
printed by William Porter, for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, J. Moore, and W. Jones