Baker, Michael. Our Three Selves: The Life of Radclyffe Hall. Hamish Hamilton, 1985.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Jane Johnson|
While in India CN contracted a serious fever, which kept [her] a prisoner
for seven weeks. She had been ill before this, and had been barred from scientific studies for some weeks by a...
Hughes, William Richard, Charles Lapworth, W. A. Tilden, and Robert Lewins. Constance Naden: A Memoir. Bickers and Son, 1890.
|Leisure and Society||Charlotte Guest|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Rumer Godden||
In summer 1939 she had acquired a ticket for the Victoria and Albert Museum reading room, a spacious and scholarly
working environment which was quite new to her and which she loved. Ostensibly working...
Godden, Rumer. A Time to Dance, No Time to Weep. Macmillan, 1987.
She began making scientific drawings out of interest: her renderings of plant and animal life are painstakingly, professionally accurate, except when she chose to make them whimsically anthropomorphic. The Victoria and Albert Museum holds the...
|Occupation||Jane Ellen Harrison||
From these tours she moved on to lecturing at the South Kensington Museum until about 1894.
Her audiences were comprised mostly of middle- and upper-class women, and she spoke of the benefits of intellectual...
Robinson, Annabel. The Life and Work of Jane Ellen Harrison. Oxford University Press, 2001.
|Textual Features||Ruth Padel||
The style of these poems, said one reviewer, is vintage RP : dynamic, baroque and jam-packed full of neocultural reference. Padel often writes about animals (sometimes in exotic wild places, often wild animals in captivity)...
|Textual Production||Fanny Kemble|
|Textual Production||Sally Purcell|
|Textual Production||Charlotte Smith|
|Textual Production||Anna Atkins||
It appeared before Fox Talbot 's The Pencil of Nature, 1844-6, which does not therefore, technically, deserve being called, as it sometimes is, the first photobook. But his work, unlike Atkins's, was commercially...
|Textual Production||Maud Sulter|
|Textual Production||Sarah Chapone|