OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
New York Public Library
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|Publishing||Sir J. M. Barrie|
|Publishing||Edith Mary Moore||
Her full name (Edith Mary Croucher Moore) appears in connection with this book in OCLC WorldCat though not on its title-page. Cassell advertised it in the TLS repeatedly until early June,
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012]. http://www.gale.com/c/the-times-literary-supplement-historical-archive.
(14 January 1909): 11; (3 June 1909): 205; (10 June 1909): 213
At her death, SG left all her manuscripts, copyrights, and published works to her step-granddaughter, Elizabeth Genevieve Bernadine Crawford Haldane McFall , daughter of Haldane McFall .
Her letters and papers are now...
Kersley, Gillian. Darling Madame: Sarah Grand and Devoted Friend. Virago Press.
MA became an iconic figure during her lifetime, symbolizing the struggle of the excluded for recognition, and eventually the reconciliation of Americans black and white. In February 2011 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom...
|Reception||John Oliver Hobbes||
Despite this assessment, and despite JOH 's own belief that her writing was in advance of her times, she is presently in literary limbo, out of print and with little recent critical work apart from...
The Garden of Káma proved extremely popular, and was reissued in each of the next fourteen years under various combinations of the two titles (with later editions tending to lose the accent in Káma)...
Many critics agree that AD is a formidable writer, at home in intimate psychological worlds
as well as in social, historical, and political polemics. Salman Rushdie has named her central subject as solitude, and...
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
|Textual Production||Valentine Ackland|
|Textual Production||Virginia Woolf|
|Textual Production||Kate Greenaway|
|Textual Production||Julia Pardoe||
The Berg Collection of the New York Public Library holds a series of 74 holograph letters written by JP to Sir John Philippart between 1841 and 1860.
Szladits, Lola. “A Victorian Literary Correspondence: Letters from Julia Pardoe to Sir John Philippart, 1841-1860”. Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Vol.
55, pp. 367-78.
|Textual Production||Jane Porter||
When the curtain rose Kean (possibly drunk) appeared to have lost his memory, and his power of action.—The other Performers became disconcerted in their parts . . . the whole became a chaos of uproar...
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Rivlin, Joseph B. Harriet Martineau: A Bibliography of Her Separately Printed Books. New York Public Library, 1947.