Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
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|Anthologization||Cecil Frances Alexander|
|Characters||Menella Bute Smedley||
The novel opens as the hero, Sydney Lennard, a surgeon with feminine sensitivity to the suffering of his patients, wearily arrives home at the end of the day to his mother and sisters. Not long...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Elizabeth Charles|
|Occupation||Kathleen E. Innes||
The school was run by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge . She remained there teaching history and literature until 1910.
Harvey, Kathryn. "Driven by War into Politics": A Feminist Biography of Kathleen Innes. University of Alberta, 1995.
CR , despite her poor health and her disavowal of the role of political poet, was keenly interested in political events and connected herself with contemporary political movements in a range of ways. Her father's...
|politics||Caroline Frances Cornwallis|
|Author summary||Elizabeth Charles||
Elizabeth Charles wrote novels, poems, and hymns, as well as books on historical and religious subjects. Her entire oeuvre is a testament to her vigorous evangelical convictions; her fiction typically marries religious didacticism with a...
Among EC 's later works was Songs Old and New (1887), a collection of poems.
Though this edition was billed as collected, it was re-issued by the SPCK in 1894 in an edition which...
British Library Catalogue.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
The full title was A Comparative View of the New Plan of Education promulgated by Mr. Joseph Lancaster, in his Tracts concerning the Instruction of the Children of the Labouring Part of the Community; and...
The National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church was founded by the Church of England . It still exists, known as The National Society (Church of England) for Promoting Religious Education