Molly Youngkin

Standard Name: Youngkin, Molly


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Reception John Strange Winter
In 1893 JSW became the first woman to be elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Bainbridge, Oliver, and Alfred Edward Turner. John Strange Winter: A Volume of Personal Record. East and West, 1916.
She was the subject of a biography by Oliver Bainbridge in 1915. Recent critical work...
Textual Features John Strange Winter
In her study of Golden Gates, critic Molly Youngkin notes that from 1892 it became increasingly concerned with gender and social issues. In a memorable response to Eliza Lynn Linton 's piece The Wild...
Textual Features John Strange Winter
Winter's other writing commitments prompted her to cease editing Winter's Weekly in September 1894, but it continued publication until 1895.
Winter wrote that she was handing over to a sister writer with capable hands,
Youngkin, Molly. “"Independent in Thought and Expression, Kindly and Tolerant in Tone": Henrietta Stannard, Golden Gates, and Gender Controversies in Fin-de-Siècle Periodicals”. Victorian Periodicals Review, No. 3, pp. 307 - 29.
Textual Production John Strange Winter
In over a hundred novels, JSW addressed a diverse range of subjects and genres. She continued to write throughout her career the tales of military life which were her first productions: her further titles in...


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