Selina Marx

Standard Name: Marx, Selina
Birth Name: Selina Locke

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Isabella Duberly
Left an orphan at an early age, Frances Isabella owed a great deal to the care her eldest sister, Selina Marx . Selina, although she was early married, widowed, and re-married, remained an important person...
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Isabella Duberly
The full title was Journal Kept during the Russian War—from the departure of the army from England in April 1854, to the fall of Sebastopol. FID gave a free hand in editing to her...
politics Frances Isabella Duberly
Her war experience played havoc with FID 's gender attitudes. Amid disease, death, cruelty, and official complacency, she wrote in a letter that she had become too hard to cry for anyone but her horse:...
Publishing Frances Isabella Duberly
Excerpts from FID 's war correspondence (letters from Crimea to her sister ) appeared anonymously in the Morning Advertiser. She had to stifle laughter when Lord Cardigan , unsuspecting, read her own words aloud to her.
Duberly, Frances Isabella. Mrs Duberly’s War. Journals and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6. Kelly, ChristineEditor , Oxford University Press, 2007.
80 and n5
Publishing Frances Isabella Duberly
FID , who had experienced the loss en route of many letters sent home to England from the Crimea, sent her sister Selina the greater part of her war journal, for safety, in the...
Textual Production Frances Isabella Duberly
FID sent her sister a letter designed to reveal the utter neglect & mismanagement
Duberly, Frances Isabella. Mrs Duberly’s War. Journals and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6. Kelly, ChristineEditor , Oxford University Press, 2007.
111
of the British command in the Crimean war, with explicit permission to publish it if she wished.
Duberly, Frances Isabella. Mrs Duberly’s War. Journals and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6. Kelly, ChristineEditor , Oxford University Press, 2007.
109-11
Textual Production Frances Isabella Duberly
During her time in CrimeaFID kept a diary (whose manuscript does not survive) and sent regular letters home to her sister Selina (now British Library Additional Manuscripts 47218). She told Selina that writing to...

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