Margaret Louisa Woods

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Standard Name: Woods, Margaret Louisa

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Jonathan Swift
His first involvement, which began in 1695, was with Jane Waring or Varina, who undoubtedly hoped to marry him. Esther Johnson or Stella, whom he met as a child at Sir William Temple's...
Family and Intimate relationships Mabel Birchenough
MB had two brothers and four sisters. Every one of her sisters became a writer of some kind: Margaret Louisa Woods was a poet and novelist; Emily Tennyson Bradley , was a historian and editor...
Friends, Associates Annie S. Swan
She also mentions a great many literary names. Among women writers whom she calls the stars of her generation were Mary Augusta Ward , Lucas Malet , Lucy Clifford , Sarah Grand , Violet Hunt
Friends, Associates Ménie Muriel Dowie
As a public literary figure MMD moved amongst the major writers of her day. At the Women Writers' Dinner of the New Vagabonds Club in June 1895, she spoke alongside Adeline Sergeant , Christabel Coleridge
Friends, Associates Marie Belloc Lowndes
MBL was an early member of Mary Cholmondeley 's Give and Take Club for women writers, and a founding member of another women's luncheon club, the Thirty . This included women from all walks of...
Leisure and Society Anne Thackeray Ritchie
Subscribers to the portrait included Gertrude Bell , Arnold Bennett , Rhoda Broughton , Lucy Clifford , Henry James , Elizabeth Robins , the Tennyson s, Josephine Ward , and Margaret Woods .
Gérin, Winifred. Anne Thackeray Ritchie: A Biography. Oxford University Press, 1981.
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Ritchie, Anne Thackeray, and Hester Helen Thackeray Fuller. Letters of Anne Thackeray Ritchie. J. Murray, 1924.
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Literary responses Mary Augusta Ward
Reviews were positive. Novelist Margaret Woods felt that the archaic world it depicted was the root of Marcella's charm.
Watters, Tamie, and Mary Augusta Ward. “Introduction”. Marcella, Virago, 1984, p. vii - xvi.
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Margaret Oliphant criticised the author in Blackwood's for asking readers to surrender all our...
politics May Sinclair
Other Vice-Presidents at this time included Margaret Baillie-Reynolds , Marie Belloc Lowndes , Sarah Grand , Emily Morse Symonds , Margaret Woods , and Edith Zangwill .
Boll, Theophilus E. M. Miss May Sinclair: Novelist: A Biographical and Critical Introduction. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1973.
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Sinclair, however, could not approve the increasingly...
Textual Features Lady Margaret Sackville
Textual Production Elizabeth De la Pasture
Other women among the signatories were Florence Bell , Elizabeth Robins , and Margaret Louisa Woods . The letter asserts that the entire group were to be received by the Prime Minister, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

Timeline

By 3 September 1887
Margaret Louisa Woods published her first novel, A Village Tragedy.
By 3 August 1889
Lyrics and Ballads, Margaret Louisa Woods ' first volume of poetry, was published.
1891
Margaret Louisa Woods published Esther Vanhomrigh, a historicalromance centred on one of the women Swift loved. She was an interesting subject: a poet and letter-writer herself, who pursued Swift to Ireland when he left...
1894
The Vagabonds by Margaret Louisa Woods , published this year, is a novel that explores male perceptions of women.
1896
Margaret Louisa Woods published Wild Justice: A Dramatic Poem.
1898
Margaret Louisa Woods published Weeping Ferry and other stories.
By mid-November 1902
The Princess of Hanover by Margaret Louisa Woods (the second of her two dramaticpoems) was published.
1911
Margaret Louisa Woods published a collection of travel writings titled Pastels Under the Southern Cross.
1914
Margaret Louisa Woods 's Collected Poems, containing lyrics and socially conscious poetry, was published by Bodley Head .
1932
Margaret Louisa Woods edited a collection from the Poetry Circle of the Writers' Club , The Writers' Club Anthology.