Edel, Leon, Dan H. Laurence, and James Rambeau. A Bibliography of Henry James. Clarendon Press, 1982.
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|Friends, Associates||Flora Klickmann|
As a music student FK had served as page-turner to some famous pianists performing at the Crystal Palace. After abandoning her concert performance ambitions she continued to play the organ for temperance or co-operative...
The preface is dated in December 1809 at Long Ditton in Surrey—a country retirement which, she said, turned her thoughts back to childhood memories. This was one inspiration for the book, and another was...
|Publishing||Mary Elizabeth Braddon|
|Publishing||Frances Power Cobbe|
|Publishing||Sir Arthur Conan Doyle|
|Publishing||Charlotte Eliza Humphry||
In the preface, CEH explains that Manners for Women was designed as a counterpart to Manners for Men after several reviewers requested a follow-up guide for women. Some of the material, she explains, had already...
|Reception||Mary Augusta Ward|
|Textual Production||Mary Linskill|
|Textual Production||Hannah Lynch||
HL 's first novel, Through Troubled Waters, (dedicated to George Meredithas a slight token of a very sincere admiration),
was published by Ward, Lock and Co. in London.
Lynch, Hannah. Through Troubled Waters. Ward, Lock, and Co., 1885, p. viii, 460 pp.
Murphy, James H. Irish Novelists and the Victorian Age. Oxford University Press, 2011.
233 and n71
Athenæum. J. Lection.
3004 (1885): 660
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Textual Production||L. T. Meade|
|Textual Production||Mary Martha Sherwood|
|Textual Production||Mary Elizabeth Braddon|