Certain traditional feminine forms of nouns (such as "authoress" and "poetess") are also increasingly avoided, with the male form of such nouns ("author" and "poet") having become gender-neutral.
Giustinian was impressed with "The Masque of Beauty" and attributed its success to Anne of Denmark as "authoress of the whole" rather than Ben Jonson.
Else Hueck-Dehio (1897–1976) was a German authoress.
Her career as an authoress in poetry and in prose began in 1887, when she was not quite seventeen years of age, and she went on increasing her literary reputation until her death.
In Los Angeles, Lu Smith was known as an "authoress and club woman" whose "greatest literary achievement" might have been "The Third Daughter," "a novel depicting the life of the higher class of the Chinese and showing the position of women in China".
Margaret Denman Cropper (1815–99) welcomed the authoress Harriet Beecher Stowe on her visits to Dingle Bank.
With publications in some of the most successful American magazines during the previous decade, Lerner considered herself a professional writer, listing her job as “authoress” and her occupation as “literature” for the 1920 census.
Kusum Lata Sawhney is a British-Indian authoress. She was born in the United Kingdom and she moved to India in 1989.
Forsaken in a brand-new apartment in Oslo, frail authoress Ingrid is trying to come to terms with losing her eyesight in mid-life.
Lady Adelaide Paget (1820-1890), daughter of the first Marquess, as Lady Adelaide Cadogan, was a prodigious authoress, most noted for her seminal work on plays and card games.
This film represents the earliest recorded breaking of the fourth wall in serious cinema, as the enigmatic authoress - who portrays herself - interrupts the vignettes onscreen to address the audience directly.
Her marriage ended with his death; she is listed as a widow as well as an "authoress and needlework designer" in the 1851 census.
Jessica Harcourt (1905–1988) was an Australian mannequin, authoress and actress, best known for playing a leading role in "For the Term of His Natural Life" (1927).
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