Edith Maud Henderson
married Percy Winstanley Hull
at some time early in the twentieth century. Hull, a gentleman farmer (a term implying a man of education and perhaps with capital) and a prize-winning pig-breeder, was...
Material Conditions of Writing
E. M. Hull
She purportedly used the pseudonym E. M. Hullfor fear of disgracing her family.
Melman, Billie. Women and the Popular Imagination in the Twenties. Macmillan, 1988.
She wrote her first novel for personal distraction
Beauman, Nicola. A Very Great Profession: The Woman’s Novel 1914-39. Virago, 1983.
while her husband
was away during the First World War; she...