Dunicliff, Joy. Mary Howitt: Another Lost Victorian Writer. Excalibur Press of London, 1992.
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EG first reached print alone when her gothic sketch Clopton Hall was included in Mary and William Howitt 's Visits to Remarkable Places.
Uglow, Jennifer S. Elizabeth Gaskell: A Habit of Stories. Faber and Faber, 1993.
The Athenaeum Index of Reviews and Reviewers: 1830-1870.
637 (11 January 1840): 34-6
|Anthologization||Anna Mary Howitt|
|Anthologization||Mary Cowden Clarke|
|Birth||Anna Mary Howitt|
|Cultural formation||Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon|
|Dedications||Anna Mary Howitt||
She wrote a warmly affectionate dedication to her parents, William and Mary Howitt . A US edition appeared the following year; a second edition was dated 1880.
The work has appeared in German as Herrliche...
|Education||Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon||
Mary Howitt , a friend of the Smith family, wrote approvingly of Benjamin Leigh Smith's unorthodox methods of childrearing: Objecting to schools he keeps his children at home, and their knowledge is gained by reading...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Charlotte Mew|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anna Mary Howitt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Dinah Mulock Craik|
Mary Russell Mitford wrote disapprovingly of HM 's claims: I see no good in these experiments.
Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna 's pamphlet Mesmerism: A Letter to Miss Martineau, argued that if the account...
Mitford, Mary Russell. The Life of Mary Russell Mitford: Told by Herself in Letters To Her Friends. L’Estrange, Alfred Guy KinghamEditor , Harper and Brothers, 1870.
|Friends, Associates||Grace Aguilar||
Around this time her acquaintance deepened with Camilla Crosland .
Other Christian literary friends included Felicia Hemans , Mary Howitt , and Anna Maria Hall .
Crosland, Camilla. Landmarks of a Literary Life, 1820-1892. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1893.
Galchinsky, Michael. The Origin of the Modern Jewish Woman Writer. Wayne State University Press, 1996.
|Friends, Associates||Eliza Meteyard||
She became connected through her writing to Douglas Jerrold , Mary and William Howitt , and Harriet Martineau .
The difficulties of social life for unattached women are visible in her regret and anxiety over...
Lightbown, Ronald W., and Eliza Meteyard. “Introduction”. The Life of Josiah Wedgwood, Cornmarket Press, 1970.
|Friends, Associates||Camilla Crosland|