Maxwell Gray

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Standard Name: Gray, Maxwell
Used Form: Mary Gleed Tuttiet

Connections

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Friends, Associates Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The Maxwells had frequent house guests and entertained regularly at both their houses. Later friends and acquaintances included Robert Browning , Mary Cholmondeley , Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , Ford Madox Ford , Thomas Hardy

Timeline

By 13 November 1886
Maxwell Gray (whose real name was Mary Gleed Tuttiet ) published her well-known and highly successful novelThe Silence of Dean Maitland.
1891
Maxwell Gray (whose real name was Mary Gleed Tuttiet ) published her novelIn the Heart of the Storm: A Tale of Modern Chivalry, which deals with women's rights.
1897
Maxwell Gray published her feministnovelSweethearts and Friends: A Story of the Seventies.
1899
A collection of poetry by Maxwell Gray , The Forest Chapel, and Other Poems, was dedicated to Queen Victoria .
1910
Maxwell Gray published her poetry collection England's Son.