Rigby, Elizabeth. “Preface and Memoirs”. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake, edited by Charles Eastlake Smith, J. Murray, p. Various pages.
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|Education||Eleanor Anne Porden|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anna Atkins||
Anna's father, John George Children , was an amateur scientist during his years as a gentleman of leisure, and made a living from scientific work when that became necessary. He was twice Secretary of the...
|Friends, Associates||Constance Naden|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Swanwick|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Somerville||
In London the Somervilles enjoyed participating in a rich scientific community: Mary's time there was much happier than during her first marriage. She attended many lectures at the Royal Institution , and took lessons in...
|Leisure and Society||Eleanor Anne Porden|
|Leisure and Society||Elizabeth Rigby|
|Publishing||Caroline Frances Cornwallis|
|Reception||Agnes Mary Clerke|
|Textual Features||Eleanor Anne Porden||
The poem concerns a a medieval knight and lady centred on a castle: a tale presented as emerging from a real-life story about a young lady, a Miss Denman, whose veil blew off on a...
|Textual Production||Ruth Pitter|
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