Justice, Elizabeth. A Voyage to Russia. G. Smith, 1746.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Justice|
|Author summary||Mary Martha Sherwood||
MMSwrote and signed more than 350 books (mostly for children, but including several adult novels), and left almost a score of fat volumes of diary. Some of her children's books, despite their uncompromisingly hell-fire...
|Publishing||Mary Anne Duffus Hardy|
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He avoided anything too controversial, and chose description of interior contemplation rather than external action. Only one copy of his work survives, in Cambridge University Library .
Henry Pepwell reprinted the same passage in...
Kempe, Margery. “Introduction”. The Book of Margery Kempe, translated by. Barry A. Windeatt, Penguin, 1994, pp. 9 - 30.
Helena Kelleher Kahn claimed this work was that of a woman depressed enough to consider taking her own life.
The unpublished manuscript (which is held at the Cambridge University Library ) marks a subdued...
Kahn, Helena Kelleher. Late Nineteenth-Century Ireland’s Political and Religious Controversies in the Fiction of May Laffan Hartley. ELT, 2005.
|Textual Features||Carola Oman||
Her full title is Robin Hood, The Prince of Outlaws, A Tale of the Fourteenth Century from the "Lytell Geste". Her preface, in explaining how she came to write this book, does a nice...
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