Mary Cecil Hay

Standard Name: Hay, Mary Cecil


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Education Sara Jeannette Duncan
Writing by SJD suggests that some of her early reading included Sterne and Defoe . She also had access to Blackwood's and the Cornhill Magazine, and romantic novels by Mary Cecil Hay and Mary Jane Holmes .
Fowler, Marian. Redney: A Life of Sara Jeannette Duncan. Anansi.
Textual Production Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The monthly, intended to compete with the Cornhill and Temple Bar (which Maxwell had just sold) cost one shilling, and was aimed at the lower middle classes. MEB 's Birds of Prey, Bound to...


1874: Mary Cecil Hay published Old Myddleton's...

Women writers item


Mary Cecil Hay published Old Myddleton's Money, an early detective story combining sensation fiction with small-town satire.


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