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Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Circe (of whose original London edition Cambridge University Library holds the only copy known to be extant) was re-issued at Hastings in 2001 by the Sensation Press with an introduction by Gabrielle Malcolm .
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Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Several collections of MEB 's short fiction appeared in the early twenty-first century: The Cold Embrace and Other Ghost Stories (2000) from Ash-Tree Press , At Chrighton Abbey and Other Horror Stories (2002) from Wildside Press
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The Sensation Press reprinted this novel in 2001.
Reception Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Beyond Sensation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon in Context, a collection of essays seeking to take debate in new directions, appeared in 2000.
Tromp, Marlene, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Aeron Haynie, editors. Beyond Sensation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon in Context. State University of New York Press, 2000.
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Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. Dead Love Has Chains. Sensation Press, 2001.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. The Fatal Marriage and Other Stories. Editor Willis, Chris, Sensation Press, 2000.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. The Octoroon. Editor Carnell, Jennifer, Sensation Press, 1999.
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. “Introduction”. The Octoroon; or, The Lily of Louisiana, edited by Jennifer Carnell, Sensation Press, 1999, p. vii - xvii.
Carnell, Jennifer. The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Study of Her Life and Work. Sensation Press, 2000.
Hatton, Joseph, and Mary Elizabeth Braddon. “Miss Braddon at Home: A Sketch and an Interview”. The Fatal Marriage and Other Stories, edited by Chris Willis and Chris Willis, Sensation Press, 2000, pp. 239-47.