Herstein, Sheila R. A Mid-Victorian Feminist: Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon. Yale University Press.
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After her death, much of MS 's library was presented to the Ladies' College at Hitchin (now Girton College , Cambridge), and in 1879 Somerville College at Oxford University was named after her.
Patterson, Elizabeth Chambers. “Mary Fairfax Greig Somerville (1780-1872)”. Women of Mathematics: A Biobiliographic Sourcebook, edited by Louise S. Grinstein and Paul J. Campbell, Greenwood Press, pp. 208-16.
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Sarojini Chattopadhyaya (later SN ) continued her studies at English universities, first King's College, London , and then Girton College, Cambridge .
Sengupta, Padmini. Sarojini Naidu: A Biography. Asia Publishing House.
Naidu, Sarojini. “Introduction and Notes”. Sarojini Naidu, Selected Letters 1890s to 1940s, edited by Makarand Paranjape, Kali for Women, p. Various pages.
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At about the time she was married QDL began her three years' doctoral work on fiction of popular culture at Girton College, Cambridge , as an Ottolie Hancock Research Fellow.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
MacKillop, Ian. F.R. Leavis: A Life in Criticism. Allen Lane.
Having sat the Oxford and Cambridge entrance exams at her school in Carlisle (taking the gamble of an extra term at school after her A-levels to do so, though if she failed to make Oxbridge...
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