Standard Name: Faithfull, Emily
Birth Name: Emily Faithfull
EF , Victorian feminist, was a publisher before she was an author. After years of intermittent journalistic writing and editing, she published a novel and a travel book. She also became well-known as a lecturer.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Jessie Boucherett|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Kingsford|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Power Cobbe|
|Friends, Associates||Emily Davies|
|Friends, Associates||Adelaide Procter|
|Friends, Associates||Emilie Barrington||
Before her marriage EB was a close friend of Emily Faithfull , one of the few who remained loyal after Faithfull found herself embroiled in scandal.
Westwater, Martha. The Wilson Sisters. Ohio University Press, 1984.
Donoghue, Emma. “Author’s Note”. The Sealed Letter, Picador, 2011, pp. 465 - 74.
|Friends, Associates||Matilda Hays|
|Friends, Associates||Emilie Barrington|
|Leisure and Society||Jean Ingelow||
JI became a member of the Portfolio Society , to which Adelaide Procter , Emily Faithfull , and several other members of the Langham Place Group also belonged.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Armstrong, Isobel, Joseph Bristow, and Cath Sharrock, editors. Nineteenth-Century Women Poets. Clarendon Press, 1996.
|Occupation||Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon|
|Performance of text||Frances Power Cobbe||
FPC read at the Social Science Congress in Dublin a paper later published by Emily Faithfull as Friendless Girls, and How to Help Them, Being an Account of the Preventive Mission at Bristol.
British Library Catalogue.
Mitchell, Sally. Frances Power Cobbe: Victorian Feminist, Journalist, Reformer. University of Virginia Press, 2004.
|Performance of text||Jessie Boucherett|
|politics||Bessie Rayner Parkes||
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.
The English Woman's Journal, a monthly magazine on the theory and practice of organised feminism, began publication in London, with financial support from Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon and others, under the editorship of...
Emily Faithfull and Bessie Rayner Parkes spoke on the employment of women in printing trades at the fourth annual conference of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science held in Glasgow.
The English Woman's Journal, a practical and theoretical source of organized feminism from London, merged into The Alexandra Magazine and English Woman's Journal.
26 February 1876
Women and Work, a practical guide to employment for middle-class women, ended publication in London.