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Julia Wedgwood began by publishing novels, but her father opposed it. She turned to writing about social, cultural, and intellectual issues of the day. Her private letters to Robert Browning are notable for their literary and emotional content.
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6 February 1833 Frances Julia Wedgwood was born during a snowstorm at Clapham, a suburb of London. Bibliographic Citation link.
Summer 1888 JW published The Moral Ideal: A Historic Study, a comparative account of world religions. (She had already, eighteen years before, published a study of Methodism.) Bibliographic Citation link.
26 November 1913 JW died at eighty in London. Bibliographic Citation link.
1915 Two years after JW's death The Personal Life of Josiah Wedgwood the Potter, her biography of her great-grandfather the master potter, was published. Bibliographic Citation link.
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