T. Werner Laurie


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Publishing Victoria Cross
In July 1905, VC had signed a contract with T. Werner Laurie for Six Women, a collection of stories that returned to her theme of interracial love and included the early story previously titled...
Textual Production Victoria Cross
VC issued through T. Werner Laurie (publisher of most of her later works) Martha Brown, M.P.: A Girl of To-Morrow, a futuristic satiric novel that reads as both utopia and dystopia.
Mitchell, Charlotte. Victoria Cross, 1868-1952: A Bibliography. Victorian Fiction Research Unit, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.


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Cross, Victoria. Life’s Shop Window. T. Werner Laurie, 1907.
Cross, Victoria. Martha Brown, M.P. T. Werner Laurie, 1935.
Cross, Victoria. The Girl in the Studio. T. Werner Laurie, 1934.
Hunt, Violet. The Workaday Woman. T. Werner Laurie, 1906.
Nesbit, E., and H. R. Millar. Wet Magic. T. Werner Laurie, 1913.