(whose name by birth was Henrietta Keddie) and John Stuart
and Eliza Blackie
were among IB
's circle of friends in Edinburgh.
Intertextuality and Influence
This most ambitious of her translations followed in a direct line from the earlier ones. The first Baron Bunsen
(then Prussian ambassador in London, and dedicatee of the earlier Æschylus translation by Professor Blackie
Leisure and Society
At Edinburgh IB
became involved with a community of young intellectuals whom she met through John Stuart Blackie
, Professor of Greek at the University of Edinburgh
, and his wife Eliza
(sometimes called Ella)...
Emily Jane Pfeiffer
The poem is framed by a substantial first-person prose narrative about a party of people visiting the Isle of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland. The speaker, evidently EJP
herself, relates how her...