Standard Name: Lane, Edward
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Isabella Hamilton Robinson||
IHR was introduced to Edward Lane , then a handsome twenty-seven-year-old medical student, at a party. She was entranced, though she was ten years older than he was and he, like her, was married. She...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Isabella Hamilton Robinson|
|Health||Isabella Hamilton Robinson||
After meeting Edward Lane , she paid many visits to receive water therapy at the hydropathic establishment he ran at Moor Park at Farnham in Surrey (once the home of seventeenth-century letter-writer Dorothy Osborne ...
|Material Conditions of Writing||Isabella Hamilton Robinson|
|Other Life Event||Isabella Hamilton Robinson||
After the scandal, those involved returned to lives of relative anonymity. The impact on Edward Lane 's professional life was negligible. He continued to recieve patients at Moor Park (among them Charles Darwin ), and...
|politics||Isabella Hamilton Robinson||
It was a difficult case, because the wife's betrayal was not revealed by concrete evidence, but only implied in writing. Only one witness, a stable boy, testified to improper familiarities taking place, but his testimony...
|Textual Production||Isabella Hamilton Robinson||
In her personal diary during these years, IHR recorded her feelings about her frustrating home life and her uninspired marriage, but more especially her romantic longings, and her friendship, infatuation, and affair with Edward Lane
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