Standard Name: Moses


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Intertextuality and Influence Julia Frankau
Stephen Lock suggests in his introduction to the 1989 reprint that this novel is à clef: that JF 's Phillips (whose name, before the publisher suggested a change, was Dr Abrams) was modelled on Ernest Abraham Hart
Intertextuality and Influence Augusta Gregory
The Deliverer uses the Biblical story of the rejection of Moses by the ancient Israelites as an analogue for Parnell 's rejection by the Irish.
Stevenson, Mary Lou Kohfeldt. Lady Gregory: The Woman Behind the Irish Renaissance. Atheneum.
Intertextuality and Influence Joan Whitrow
In this work she enumerates her writings, apparently several more than those that survive. After the first three books to the king and queen, she wrote another Printed-book to the King and Queen, and four...
Publishing Elizabeth Oxenbridge, Lady Tyrwhit
The work had been entered in the Stationers' Register some time during the year following 22 July 1569.
Elizabeth Oxenbridge, Lady Tyrwhit,. “Introduction”. Elizabeth Tyrwhit’s Morning and Evening Prayers, edited by Susan M. Felch, Ashgate, pp. 1-51.
The single surviving copy, now in the British Library , is identified in an inscription on...
Textual Production Flora Thompson
The name of eleven-year-old Flora Timms (later FT ) appeared in the Oxford Diocesan Inspector's report when she won the Diocesan prize (a gilt-edged, calf-bound prayer book) for her essay on the life of Moses .
Lindsay, Gillian. Flora Thompson: The Story of the Lark Rise Writer. Hale.


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