Standard Name: McMullen, Lorraine
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Two out of three sisters in the family survived into adulthood.
Biographer Lorraine McMullen calls Frances the second-born, but Mary Jane Edwards in ODNB calls her the eldest.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Frances Brooke||
The date of the wedding of Frances Moore to the Rev. John Brooke , a widower, has not been solidly established. Her biographer Lorraine McMullen thought it might have been at any date before March...
|Friends, Associates||Radagunda Roberts||
Though very little is known of RR 's life, she was well acquainted with at least one other woman writer: Frances Brooke (whose son attended St Paul's while Roberts's brother was High Master, and who...
|Literary responses||Annie Louisa Walker||
The Athenæum found this novel similar toa great deal of other work done by women. We cannot but admire the application and energy which they display; but looking merely at the result, we find...
|Textual Features||Frances Brooke||
This novel is best known for its picture of settler or habitant life in Lower Canada, which FB drew from her own years there. From a tourist point of view Lower Canada is idyllic...
|Textual Production||Frances Brooke||
FB 's biographer Lorraine McMullen guesses that Brooke may have taken her Mary Singleton pseudonym from a letter on the unmarried state which appeared in the popular periodical The World (edited by Edward Moore —no...
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