Stone, James S. Emily Faithfull: Victorian Champion of Women’s Rights. P. D. Meany, 1994.
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After the appearance of Goblin Market, CR had less difficulty placing her verse in periodicals. The tide had already started to turn in the 1850s, when her work began to appear in journals including...
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Besides editing the English Woman's Journal, BRP collaborated in 1859 with other group members Emily Faithfull and Adelaide Procter to found the Victoria Press (established on 25 March 1860).
Levine, Philippa. Feminist Lives in Victorian England: Private Roles and Public Commitment. Basil Blackwell, 1990.
Thesing, William B., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 240. Gale Research, 2001.
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AP 's poetry, which appeared almost exclusively in Household Words and All the Year Round, was among the most popular of the Victorian era. An active mid-Victorian feminist, she was a member of the...
It was written in response to the Royal Commission on the Sanitary State of the Army in India and provided a shortened, and more accessible, version of FN 's report on the commission's findings.
Bishop, William John, and Sue Goldie. A Bio-Bibliography of Florence Nightingale. Dawsons for the International Council of Nurses, 1962.
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EF 's Social Science Congress paper on the Victoria Press appeared in The English Woman's Journal, seven months after the press was launched.
Faithfull, Emily. “Victoria Press”. Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon and the Langham Place Group, edited by Candida Ann Lacey, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1987, pp. 281 -86.