Armstrong, Isobel et al., editors. Nineteenth-Century Women Poets. Clarendon Press.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Caroline Clive|
|Literary Setting||Elizabeth Hervey||
This novel concerns the ancient Welsh family of L'Esterling, their family seat, St Siffrid's Castle (with terraced gardens and a church that was once a cathedral, granted to them by William the Conqueror ), and...
|Literary Setting||Henrietta Rouviere Mosse|
|Literary Setting||Radagunda Roberts||
The action takes place in Edinburgh immediately after the reign of Shakespeare 's Macbeth (whose leading character is, however, seldom mentioned), soon after the conquest of England by William the Conqueror . Malcolm loves and...
|Literary Setting||Charlotte Yonge|
|politics||Mary, Lady Chudleigh|
|Textual Features||Claire Luckham||
Instead, The Choice weaves together two stories: one in which a writer in her late forties recalls growing up with a brother with Down's Syndrome, and the other in which a couple learn that their...
|Textual Production||Georgette Heyer|
|Textual Production||Julia Pardoe|
|Textual Production||Jean Plaidy||
JP 's Norman trilogy began with The Bastard King, 1974, about William the Conqueror , and also included The Lion of Justice (1975) and The Passionate Enemies (1976).
Plaidy, Jean. Epitaph for Three Women. Putnam.
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|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Ann Hawkshaw||
The sonnets suggest an ecumenical religious attitude, as in the opening to The Druids: Man's heart could listen then, as now, and hear / The voice of God that speaketh evermore.
Hawkshaw, Ann. Sonnets on Anglo—Saxon History. John Chapman.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Anne Manning||
In these medieval stories characters reveal themselves and their motives in speeches or dramatic monologues (a method of history writing—practised from antiquity, and used in English by, for instance, Elizabeth Cary, Lady Falkland —which may...
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