1750 in literature

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List of years in literature (table)

This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in 1750.


New fiction[edit]

  • Anonymous
    • The Adventures of Mr. Loveill, interspers'd with many real amours of the modern polite world
    • The Nominal Husband, or, Distress'd Innocence
    • Revived Fugitive: a novel, translated from the French
  • Henry BrookeA New Collection of Fairy Tales
  • John ClelandFanny Hill (official and expurgated)
  • Sarah Fielding (attr.) – The History of Charlotte Summers
  • Edward KimberThe Life and Adventures of Joe Thompson
  • Charlotte LennoxThe Life of Harriot Stuart
  • Robert PaltockThe Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins
  • Sarah ScottThe History of Cornelia

New drama[edit]






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