Jessie Ellen Cadell

Standard Name: Cadell, Jessie Ellen
Birth Name: Jessie Ellen Nash
Married Name: Jessie Ellen Cadell
The publishing career of JEC , scholar and novelist, opened in 1876, less than a decade before the end of her short life. Her single identified critical essay and one of her novels appeared during that decade, but her second novel and her scholarly verse translation of Omar Khayyáam were posthumously published. She never completed her projected history of India.


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This and her next two books were written at Lincoln, this one before she had ever visited France. She found it hard to track down material about the Franco-Prussian war which she needed to...


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Cadell, Jessie Ellen. Ida Craven. Henry S. King, 1876.
Cadell, Jessie Ellen. Ida Craven. H. Holt, 1876.
Garnett, Richard et al. “Introduction”. The Ruba’yat of Omar Khayam, edited by Richard Garnett, translated by. Jessie Ellen Cadell, John Lane, 1899, p. v - xxx.
Cadell, John Francis, and Jessie Ellen Cadell. “Preface”. Worthy, Remington, 1895, p. vi - viii.
Omar Khayyám,. The Ruba’yat of Omar Khayam. Editor Garnett, Richard, Translator Cadell, Jessie Ellen, John Lane, 1899.
Cadell, Jessie Ellen. “The True Omar Khayam”. Fraser’s Magazine, Vol.
, pp. 650-59.
Cadell, Jessie Ellen. Worthy. Remington, 1895.