Another of JEH
's associates during this period was Roman studies scholar Eugénie Sellers
. Both women had been students at Cambridge
(though not quite simultaneously) and both appeared in 1883 in a London production...
Intertextuality and Influence
acknowledges several influences in her preface, including archaeologist Eugénie Sellers
, Bernard Berenson
, and Mary Logan
(the pseudonym of Mary Smith Costelloe, future wife of Berenson
). She closes with a Valedictory for...