The reviewer for the Victoria Magazine called the author a gifted lady
Lewis, Sarah. Sappho. Trübner.
and praised the way in which the play brings out into deep relief the terrible nature and punishment of crime, and the...
Material Conditions of Writing
The essay, her first published work, was motivated by her desire to raise Arabi's profile in Britain. Her husband, Sir William Gregory, almost prevented its publication. When she first sought his permission, he granted it...
Flora Annie Steel
Although this edition was not handsome in appearance, FAS
preferred it to the grander English edition retitled Tales of the Punjab,
Powell, Violet. Flora Annie Steel: Novelist of India. Heinemann.
1894, of which she liked neither the title nor the illustrations by...
The essay, originally titled The Ladies' Petition, was reprinted as a pamphlet the same year, after John Stuart Mill
approached publisher Trübner and Co.
with the manuscript.
Robson, Ann P. et al. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. Sexual Equality, University of Toronto Press, p. vii - xxxv; various pages.
composed this biography at Byfleet in Surrey during her temporary residence there in the year following her husband's death and her enforced removal from the rectory at Eversley. She consulted extensively with several...
When Edward Lombe
, a wealthy follower of Comte, learned of the project, he sent HM
£500. From this she paid for the printing expenses and took £200 for her own payment. She also arranged...
L. S. Bevington
Four of these poems were reprinted in Popular Science Monthly at the request of LSB
's friend Herbert Spencer
, a social scientist renowned for developing the concept of social Darwinism. The original publisher of...
Emily Jane Pfeiffer
According to scholars, the first edition of this collection is extremely rare. The second and much expanded edition, published in 1888, tells us that the first edition perished, together with several other of her works...
commemorated another friend and fellow activist with a biography: The Last Days in England of the Rajah Rammohun Roy, published by Trübner and Co.
at both London and Calcutta.