Ethel M. Arnold

Standard Name: Arnold, Ethel M.

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Augusta Ward
One of MAW 's younger sisters became the writer, lecturer, and photographer Ethel Arnold .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Another, Julia , who was eleven years younger than Mary Augusta, was an early graduate of Somerville College, Oxford ...
Friends, Associates Rhoda Broughton
The Times obituary (which was accompanied by an editorial) commented that Broughton herself was more entertaining than her novels, filling her social role far more brilliantly than any of her Joans or Nancies or Belindas...
Leisure and Society Rhoda Broughton
RB was fond of dogs, and in her Oxford days was known for her habit of striding about the town followed by at least two (and usually more) pugdogs.
Sadleir, Michael. Things Past. Constable, 1944.
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Ethel Arnold recalled a pug...
Literary responses Rhoda Broughton
The Times marked RB 's death with an editorial asserting her permanent value as a novelist,
Times. Times Publishing Company.
(7 June 1920): 13
as well as with an obituary. The former commented that Broughton had made a sound...
Textual Production Rhoda Broughton
It was revised, expanded, and then issued in two volumes by 20 April 1867 (several months before the earlier-written novel). It reached a second edition late that year. A scholarly edition by Pamela K. Gilbert
Textual Production Rhoda Broughton
Her friend Ethel Arnold reported that Second Thoughts was RB 's own favourite among her works. She wrote it while another friend, Adelaide Kemble , was dying, and would read Kemble chapters at her bedside...
Wealth and Poverty Rhoda Broughton
RB , who published almost exclusively with Bentley throughout her career, preferred to receive a lump sum for her novels rather than to rely on royalites and copyright earnings. In her reminiscence Ethel Arnold suggests...

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