DeJean, Joan E. Fictions of Sappho 1546-1937. University of Chicago Press, 1989.
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|Friends, Associates||Henry James|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Sarah Grand||
She again set her novel in her fictionalised version of Norwich, Morningquest. Of its three heroines, Angelica makes a moderately successful, though unconventional marriage to a man twenty years her senior to whom she...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Ella Wheeler Wilcox|
|Textual Features||Lucas Malet||
The epigraph, from FitzGerald 's Omar Khayyam, says that human beings are nothing but God's chess-pieces, or shadows cast by his lantern. The story is narrated by one man to another: by Anthony Hammond...
|Textual Production||Nell Dunn|
|Textual Production||Fanny Kemble||
The subtitle reads: Stolen from the French of Tartaron de Tareascon aux Alpes: the reference is actually to Alphonse Daudet 's Tartarin sur les Alpes, which she here imitates.
British Library Catalogue.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Marie Belloc Lowndes||
This book deals very largely with her French extended family, her visits to France as a young adult, and her French social circles. She meant it to dispel certain false ideas, English rather than American...
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