Dorling, William. Memoirs of Dora Greenwell. James Clarke, 1885.
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She considered transferring to study medicine, but poor health and lack of money prevented her. Moreover, it was not until the next year that the Royal Commission on Medical Education decided to allow women to...
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Henry Vizetelly , a publisher associated with progressive thinking of various kinds—he went to prison for publishing translations of Zola —promoted this novel by emphasis on its being a picture of Jewish life.
Lock, Stephen, and Julia Frankau. “Introduction”. Dr. Phillips, The Keynes Press, 1989, p. v - xii.
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