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Publishing Elizabeth De la Pasture
Peter's Mother was first adapted for the stage, as a three-act comedy which reached print in 1910 and which meanwhile, in 1906, had a royal command performance at the royal estate of Sandringham in Norfolk...
Publishing Margaret Gatty
The book was illustrated by Clara S. Lane .
British Library Catalogue.
Its authorship was often wrongly attributed to Juliana Ewing .
Gatty, Horatia K. F. “Juliana Horatia Ewing and Her Books, 1885”. A Celebration of Women Writers, edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom.
It is now a Project Gutenberg e-book.
Gatty, Margaret. “Aunt Judy’s Tales, 1859”. Project Gutenberg.
Publishing Fanny Kingsley
FK dedicated the book to our children, and to all who feel the blessing of [Charles Kingsley's] influence on their daily life and thought.
Kingsley, Charles. Daily Thoughts. Editor Kingsley, Fanny, Macmillan & Co.
New editions were published in 1885 and 1892...
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
The book saw many editions and reprints: from Dodd, Mead and Co. (New York) and Heinemann in 1906 and 1907, John Murray and T. Nelson and Sons in 1908, Murray again in 1910, 1915, and...
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
Methuen published five more issues between 1911 and 1920, with a sixth edition in 1919. Copp, Clark of Toronto and Dodd, Mead and Co. of New York also released their own editions in 1911 and...
Publishing Sarah Macnaughtan
This was not reprinted until 2006, when Project Gutenberg and BiblioLife came out with eBook versions.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Publishing Emma Roberts
The contents of this book had appeared originally in the form of reports in the Asiatic Journal, contracted for before ER left home. The series of narrative pieces, continued up to December 1840, formed...
Publishing Sarah Tytler
Of ST 's other biographies, The Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen came out in two volumes in 1883 and 1885 (having also been published in parts), and was quickly reprinted at Toronto...
Publishing Mary Augusta Ward
Robert Elsmere has remained perpetually in print ever since its appearance. Many of MAW 's novels are available online at the Victorian Women Writers Project and Project Gutenberg ; Marcella has its Broadview edition, 2002...
Publishing Elizabeth von Arnim
She adapted her novel on the advice of her friend the writer J. M. Barrie , after an adaptation made by somebody else had failed in New York. Her play was successful on stage...
Publishing Selina Bunbury
The publishing history of Fanny, the Flower-Girl, a work of religious children's fiction attributed to SB , is murky. Unlike the rest of her works, which were published first (or exclusively) in the British...
Publishing Rosa Nouchette Carey
By 1906 this (like Not Like Other Girls, published three years before it) was on its 24th thousand in sales.
Carey, Rosa Nouchette. ’No Friend Like a Sister’. Macmillan.
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Its text is now available online from Project Gutenberg .
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 et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Bainbridge, Oliver, and Alfred Edward Turner. John Strange Winter: A Volume of Personal Record. East and West.
She was the subject of a biography by Oliver Bainbridge in 1915. Recent critical work...
Textual Production Kate Greenaway
Though she preferred to write her own prose, KG accepted commissions to complete illustrations for other authors throughout her career. The following is a small selection of her work. Around fifty titles that she either...
Textual Production Charlotte Mary Brame
CMB 's novel Dora Thorne deplored, among other sins, parental neglect of daughters. It proved one of her most popular titles, usually published under her pseudonym Bertha M. Clay.
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