Edmund Clarence Stedman

Standard Name: Stedman, Edmund Clarence
Used Form: E. C. Stedman
Used Form: Edmund C. Stedman


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Friends, Associates Rosamund Marriott Watson
The stigma resulting from this second divorce followed RMW for many years, though in 1895 Edmund Clarence Stedman (who included her in A Victorian Anthology) dismissed the scandal in a letter to Robert Bridges
Literary responses Elizabeth Barrett Browning
EBB 's ballads have proved of particular interest to feminist critics. Dorothy Mermin argues that in this apparently most innocent, retrogressive, and sentimental of female genres, she was exploring what was to become her central...
Literary responses Augusta Webster
In the 1870s and 1880s AW was mentioned in periodicals on both sides of the Atlantic—in Harper's and Scribner's, for instance, as well as in English publications—as one of the leading women poets of...
Reception Toru Dutt
Because of her early death, TD 's reputation was established almost totally posthumously. She was further anthologised, for instance in Edmund Clarence Stedman 's A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895, 1895 (twice reprinted).
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Stedman, Edmund Clarence. “Some London Poets”. Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol.
, No. 384, pp. 874-92.
Poe, Edgar Allan. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe. Editors Stedman, Edmund Clarence and George Edward Woodberry, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1895.
Stedman, Edmund Clarence. Victorian Poets. Houghton, Mifflin, 1887.