Jane Aaron

Standard Name: Aaron, Jane


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Anthologization Margiad Evans
Work by both ME and her sister was included in Welsh Short Stories. An Anthology, which appeared in 1937 with no named editor but with the help of Elizabeth Inglis Jones . Margiad was...
death Mary Lamb
Mary Lamb died at 41 Alpha Road, St John's Wood, aged eighty-three.
Sarah Burton gives this address as number 41, while Jane Aaron in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography gives number 40.
Burton, Sarah. A Double Life: A Biography of Charles and Mary Lamb. Viking.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Literary responses Mary Lamb
Jane Aaron in 1991 found this little-known essay characterised by abrupt ideological swerves between accepting and rejecting women's subordination.
Aaron, Jane. A Double Singleness. Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press.
Yet for all its assumption that women have the responsibility to make and keep men...
Reception Mary Lamb
Her reputation has remained so enmeshed in that of Charles that until recently ML was often hidden in his shadow. Recent scholarly work, especially by Jane Aaron and Sarah Burton , has begun to remedy...
Textual Features Margiad Evans
During the crisis at the end of the 1940s ME says her poems began to be requiems; she noticed for the first time the death wish in her own work which critic Derek Savage had...
Textual Features Ann Hatton
Cambrian Pictures is largely gothic in tone.
Henderson, Jim. “Ann of Swansea: a life on the edge”. National Library of Wales Journal, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 1-47.
When the Welsh heroine, Rosa Percival, resists her father's plan to sell her to the English Lord Clavering like a piece of property or a negro slave...


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Aaron, Jane. A Double Singleness. Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press, 1991.
Aaron, Jane. “Introduction”. A View Across the Valley, edited by Jane Aaron, Honno, 1999, p. ix - xx.
Aaron, Jane. “The Rise and Fall of the ’Noble Savage’ in Ann of Swansea’s Welsh Fictions”. Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840, issue 22.