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Anthologization Marion Moss
With the encouragement of MP Sir George Staunton (to whom they dedicated the volume),
Galchinsky, Michael. The Origin of the Modern Jewish Woman Writer. Wayne State University Press.
“Jewish Encyclopedia”.
but unbeknownst to their parents, the sisters published it to support the family after their father became ill and bedridden...
Anthologization Marion Moss
MM 's Lines Written on the Death of Grace Aguilar are reprinted in the Broadview Press edition of Aguilar's Selected Writings, 2003.
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Elizabeth Braddon
A dramatic version of Lady Audley's Secret was staged by Ruth Herbert at the St James's Theatre , where MEB had recollections of being overstimulated as a child.
Carnell, Jennifer. The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Study of Her Life and Work. Sensation Press.
Another adaptation, Lady Audley's Secret: A...
Literary responses Harriet Martineau
Valerie Kossew Pichanick wrote an account of HM 's life and work in 1980, as did Gillian Thomas , 1985. Valerie Sanders 's Reason Over Passion, 1986, was the first major study of her...
Literary responses Susanna Haswell Rowson
The Critical Review was unimpressed by this novel: a strange medley of romance, history, and novel, in which the scenery is changed with the pantomimical rapidity of Voltaire 's Candide. . . . aukwardly...
Literary responses Dinah Mulock Craik
Reviewers of the Broadview edition commented that Craik's original is fascinating, and credited it with confound[ing] the usual binaries and prejudices of the period.
Broadview Press.
Literary Setting Edith Wharton
In The Custom of the Country (1913, issued in a scholarly edition by Broadview in 2008), Undine Spragg, beautiful social climber and insatiable consumer, already has two entanglements in her unmentionable past at Apex City...
Publishing Sara Jeannette Duncan
A Broadview Press edition by Misao Dean appeared in 2005.
Publishing Constance Lytton
It is dedicated to prisoners, and not to suffrage or political prisoners only, but to those brought to jail by distress of circumstance, drunkenness, selfish action, cruelty, or madness.CL urges them to remember...
Publishing Eliza Fenwick
The second edition or issue, later the same year from George Kearsley of Fleet Street, seems to indicate that EF was dissatisfied with the publishers she had first chosen.
Grundy, Isobel, and Eliza Fenwick. “Introduction and Appendices”. Secresy, 2ndnd ed, Broadview, pp. 7 - 34, 361.
There is a Broadview
Publishing Harriet Martineau
Before the end of the year that saw the first volume in print, Mary Russell Mitford had heard (though it was probably an exaggeration) that HM had made more than £1,000 from those little eighteen-penny...
Publishing Sarah Scott
A fuller title is A Description of Millenium Hall, and the Country Adjacent; Together with the Characters of the Inhabitants, And such Historical Anecdotes and Reflections . . . . The author is described as...
Publishing Lydia Howard Sigourney
LHS was an indefatigable correspondent. Her papers are to be found at the Connecticut Historical Library , the Connecticut State Library , the Huntington Library , the Schlesinger Library , the New York Historical Society
Publishing Sarah Fielding
The preface sounds condescending today, yet it offers high literary praise. Henry brushed up his sister's grammar and replaced colloquial words and expressions with more formal ones. He also altered her punctuation, notably removing her...
Publishing Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
She wrote it while a member of the Marquess of Abercorn ''s household, where she read it aloud in the evenings to less than informed criticism. As before, she and Phillips could not agree on...


About 1470: The Distaff Gospels, a collection of the...

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About 1470

The Distaff Gospels, a collection of the beliefs, proverbs, stories, medical and cookery recipes, and advice of medieval peasant women, is assigned to this date by its editors, Kathleen Garay and Madeleine Jeay .


Black, Joseph Laurence, editor. Broadview Anthology of British Literature. Broadview Press, 2006.
Carlisle, Janice. “Introduction”. Factory Lives, edited by James R. Simmons, Broadview Press, 2007.
Cather, Willa. My Ántonia. Editor Urgo, Joseph R., Broadview Press, 2003.
Costanzo, Angelo, editor. “Appendix A: Letters and Reviews”. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, Broadview Press, 2001, pp. 255-6.
Cross, Victoria. “Theodora. A Fragment”. A New Woman Reader: Fiction, Articles, and Drama of the 1890s, edited by Carolyn Christensen Nelson, Broadview Press, 2001, pp. 70-90.
Foster, Mrs E. M. “Introduction”. The Woman of Colour. A Tale, edited by Lyndon J. Dominique, Broadview Editions, Broadview Press, 2008, pp. 11-42.
Collins, Wilkie. “Appendices”. Heart and Science, edited by Steve Farmer, Broadview Press, 1996, pp. 329-79.
Frawley, Maria H., and Harriet Martineau. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. Life in the Sick-Room, Broadview Press, 2003, pp. 11 - 31, 161.
Levy, Amy. Reuben Sachs. Editor Bernstein, Susan David, Broadview Press, 2006.
Robinson, Mary. Walsingham, or, The Pupil of Nature. Editor Shaffer, Julie A., Broadview Press, 2003.
Sheridan, Frances. The Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph. Editors Hutner, Heidi and Nicole Garret, Broadview Press, 2011.
Yonge, Charlotte. “Introduction”. The Clever Woman of the Family, edited by Clare Simmons, Broadview Press, 2001, pp. 7-26.
Simmons, James R., editor. Factory Lives. Broadview Press, 2007.
Urgo, Joseph R., and Willa Cather. “Introduction. Willa Cather: A Brief Chronology. A Note on the Text”. My Ántonia, edited by Joseph R. Urgo and Joseph R. Urgo, Broadview Press, 2003, pp. 9-39.