Moulsworth, Martha. “Preface and Commentary”. "My Name Was Martha", edited by Robert C. Evans and Barbara Wiedemann, Locust Hill, 1993, p. Various pages.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Gertrude Thimelby||
Her brother Herbert was also a transcriber and collector of poetry, chiefly that of his wife, Katherine. His commonplace book is now in the Beinecke Library at Yale University .
Sanders, Julie. “The Coterie Writing of the Astons and the Thimelbys”. Women Writing 1550-1750, edited by Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman, English Program, School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University, 2001, pp. 47 -57.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Ethel Lilian Voynich||
They married years later.
They had no children; when Ethel adopted a girl she did so while they were living apart. Wilfred was an antiquarian and bibliophile, who became one of the leading collectors...
Crist, Meehan. “Who Knows?”. London Review of Books, No. 15, pp. 33 - 4.
|Literary responses||Rachel Speght||
Some contemporary readers thought this work beyond the powers of a young woman, and therefore attributed it not to RS but to her father .
The anonymous author of Ester Hath Hang'd Haman belittled...
Speght, Rachel. The Polemics and Poems of Rachel Speght. Lewalski, Barbara KieferEditor , Oxford University Press, 1996.
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
From this time she became identified with the name Frances. The first Dublin edition is now rare or not extant. The second, 1760, has placenames from Dublin and Ireland where the London editions (of...
MB 's manuscripts are housed at Yale University 's Beinecke Library. The Bancroft Library at the University of California at Berkeley holds a collection entitled Mary Butts Miscellany, which includes early reviews of her work.
Garrity, Jane. Step-daughters of England: British Women Modernists and the National Imaginary. Manchester University Press, 2003.
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Melvill||
Evidence suggests that EM 's poems circulated widely in manuscript. A Call to Come to Christ exists in an eighteenth-century copy in the Beinecke Library at Yale University .
An anonymous copy of Ane lamentatioun...
Ross, Sarah C. E. “Jamie Reid-Baxter (ed.), Poems of Elizabeth Melville, Lady Culross”. Journal of the Northern Renaissance.
|Textual Production||Hester Lynch Piozzi||
The observations and reflections which, to the end of her life, HLP never stopped writing down, included tireless annotation of the works of others. She confessed: I have a Trick of writing in the Margins...
|Textual Production||Dorothy Richardson|
|Textual Production||Enid Bagnold|
|Textual Production||Natalie Clifford Barney|
|Textual Production||Violet Trefusis|
|Textual Production||Elizabeth (Cavendish) Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater||
During the 1640s, when she was already married but still living with her birth family, the then Lady Elizabeth Brackley involved herself to some extent in collaboration with her sister Lady Jane Cavendish in poetic...
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