Edmund Yates

Standard Name: Yates, Edmund


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Dedications Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Dedicated to Edmund Yates , this too had been serialized: in Once a Week from 7 March to 3 October this year, illustrated by George du Maurier .
Wolff, Robert Lee. Sensational Victorian. Garland.
It appeared with MEB 's name.
Friends, Associates Mary Elizabeth Braddon
MEB shared a candid literary correspondence with Edward Bulwer-Lytton from early in her career until his death in 1873. To him she confided many of her anxieties about writing and her thoughts on other writers...
Friends, Associates Frances Sarah Hoey
Amongst her close friends FSH counted the novelist and journalist Edmund Yates , who (she recalled in one of her Lady's Letters) introduced her to Charles Dickens . Her relationship with Yates, which was...
Friends, Associates William Makepeace Thackeray
WMT was close to both of his surviving daughters, and was particularly proud when Anne 's first publication, the article Little Scholars, which appeared anonymously in the Cornhill Magazine. He was a sociable...
Author summary Frances Sarah Hoey
Published in the latter half of the nineteenth century, FSH 's oeuvre included sensation novels, journalism, translations of French and Italian works, and many reviews. She was actively involved in literary circles, and notable both...
Publishing Wilkie Collins
WC 's serialisation of the novel in The Graphic proved an ill-fated choice when the editor altered a passage he felt improper, despite a contractual obligation to do so only with Collins's consent. The paper...
Publishing Ella Hepworth Dixon
She contributed fiction, essays, and travel articles to many other journals, including the New York Independent, the Westminster Gazette, Arnold Bennett 's Woman, and the Sketch, writing for the last-named on...
Publishing Violet Fane
Under the initial V, VF contributed a series of satirical sketches on the English upper classes to Edmund Yates 's The World. They were collected as The Edwin and Angelina Papers (1878).
Publishing Frances Sarah Hoey
She also wrote journalism for a number of publications, including Chambers's Journal, The Spectator, and The World, a weekly edited by her friend Edmund Yates .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Textual Production Frances Sarah Hoey
Edmund Yates published A Righted Wrong, a novel whose authorship has been challenged: though library catalogues attribute it squarely to Yates, publisher William Tinsley claimed that it was largely written by FSH .
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Frances Sarah Hoey
It was claimed by publisher William Tinsley in his autobiography that FSH was the unacknowledged author of large parts of four of Yates's novels, and likely sole author of A Righted Wrong. Tinsley believed...


8 July 1874: Edmund Yates and Grenville Murray launched...

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8 July 1874

Edmund Yates and Grenville Murray launched a weekly they called The World, A Journal for Men and Women. It ran until 1922.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
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Yates, Edmund, and Frances Sarah Hoey. A Righted Wrong. George Routledge and Sons.
Yates, Edmund, and Frances Sarah Hoey. A Righted Wrong. Tinsley Brothers, 1870.
Yates, Edmund, and Frank Smedley. “Memorial Preface”. Gathered Leaves: Being a Collection of the Poetical Writings of the Late Frank E. Smedley, Virtue Brothers, 1865, p. xvi - xxiv.