Ellen Ternan

Standard Name: Ternan, Ellen

Connections

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death Frances Eleanor Trollope
FET died, aged nearly eighty, at Southsea near Portsmouth, where she had been living with her sister Ellen .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Ellen Lawless Ternan
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
Family and Intimate relationships Charles Dickens
His relationship with his wife rapidly declining, CD began in 1857 an affair with actress Ellen Ternan , who was twenty-seven years his junior. While the precise nature of their relationship has never been determined...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Eleanor Trollope
FET and her two sisters, Maria and Ellen or Nelly, were close to their mother and to each other, and were considered well-behaved and dutiful. All three performed on stage together when the girls were...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Eleanor Trollope
Dickens , on the other hand, though fond of both the Trollopes and the Ternans, apparently confided that he did not in the least care for Fanny, whom he judged, with evident misgivings, to be...
Family and Intimate relationships Frances Eleanor Trollope
In 1867, the year after their marriage, FET and her husband separated for a while. They publicly said little of their troubles; they may have had disagreements over the scandal surrounding Ellen Ternan and Charles Dickens
Friends, Associates William Makepeace Thackeray
WMT was close to both of his surviving daughters, and was particularly proud when Anne 's first publication, the article Little Scholars, which appeared anonymously in the Cornhill Magazine. He was a sociable...
Literary responses Frances Eleanor Trollope
Charles Dickens had at one time noted FET 's literary talent,
Stebbins, Lucy Poate, and Richard Poate Stebbins. The Trollopes. The Chronicle of a Writing Family. Columbia University Press, 1945.
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and he serialised Mabel's Progress in 1867 in All The Year Round.
Ackroyd, Peter. Dickens. HarperCollins, 1990.
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Isa Blagden insinuated in a letter to Robert Browning
Occupation Frances Eleanor Trollope
Frances Eleanor Ternan (later FET ), her sisters Maria and Ellen , and her mother Frances , performed with Dickens in Wilkie Collins 's The Frozen Deep, which opened at the New Free Trade Hall in Manchester.
Ackroyd, Peter. Dickens. HarperCollins, 1990.
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Occupation Frances Eleanor Trollope
Dickens , by now a long-standing friend of the Ternans, introduced FET to the Trollopes; she had admired Theodosia Trollope, Bice's mother, for her talents in music and poetry. She was also extremely fond
Stebbins, Lucy Poate, and Richard Poate Stebbins. The Trollopes. The Chronicle of a Writing Family. Columbia University Press, 1945.
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