Christopher Anstey: New Bath Guide

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Written by an East Anglian country gentleman, this satire gently mocked the current rage for visiting Bath, and proved hugely populat with the very people who visited Bath - as did Anstey himself. It made very considerable profits for its author and its publisher Dodsley. [This is a preliminary note: we would welcome a developed scholarly profile.]
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Editors. "New Bath Guide". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 14 May 2007
[, accessed 27 September 2016.]