Standard Name: Marryat, Florence
Birth Name: Florence Marryat
Self-constructed Name: Florence Marryat (Mrs Ross Church)
Married Name: Florence Church
Married Name: Florence Lean
FM , who published about eighty books during the later nineteenth century, was primarily a novelist (known for fiction that plays about the borders of the supernatural, in spiritualist and vampire novels) and also a playwright and travel writer.
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|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Riddell|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Stella Gibbons||
The novel is richly intertextual. Jane Austen is a source of inspiration: Flora's sole occupational goal for the next thirty years is to collect material for a novel as good as Persuasion, but with...
|Literary responses||Mary Elizabeth Braddon||
His article, Sensation Novelists: Miss Braddon, which covered seven novels she had published since 1862, made a famous personal attack in asserting that her work evidenced familiarity with a very low type of female...
HM collaborated with Florence Marryat , Julia Frankau , Frances Eleanor Trollope , Conan Doyle , Bram Stoker , Justin H. McCarthy , Joseph Hatton , and others in a serial novel, The Fate of Fenella, in The Gentlewoman.
Maunder, Andrew. “Introduction”. The Fate of Fenella, Valancourt Books, 2008, p. vii - xxiii.
Mathers, Helen, Justin Huntly McCarthy, Frances Eleanor Trollope, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, May Crommelin, F. C. Philips, Margaret Humphreys, Joseph Hatton, Caroline Emily Lovett Cameron, Bram Stoker, Florence Marryat, Frank Danby, Mrs Edward Kennard, Richard Dowling, Margaret Hungerford, Arthur A. Beckett, Jean Middlemass, Clement Scott, Clotilde Graves, H. W. Lucy, Adeline Sergeant, G. Manville Fenn, Jessie Courvreur, and F. Anstey. The Fate of Fenella. Cassell, 1892.
“Summary of News”. The British Architect, pp. 407 - 8.
|Textual Production||May Crommelin|
|Textual Production||Clotilde Graves|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Geraldine Jewsbury|
London Society, a cheap imitation of Cornhill Magazine, began publication, with lavish illustrations and low-grade fiction.