As a suffragist writing at the turn of the century, New Woman
novel, she produced a volume of short stories, a collection of comic pieces (published under a pseudonym), and numerous articles (some of which were travel articles) and stories for various journals. Indeed, everything she ever published . . . appeared first in the periodical press.
Near the end of her life she published an autobiography.
often deals with the question of female independence, while critiquing fin de siècle society. Along with her extraordinary