John William Kaye

Standard Name: Kaye, John William
Used Form: J. W. Kaye


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Literary responses Anna Brownell Jameson
The former was Caroline Frances Cornwallis 's The Capabilities and Disabilities of Women (January), and the latter John William Kaye 's The Employment of Women (February).
Literary responses Caroline Norton
This time her reception was more positive. Lord Brougham judged that this pamphlet, as clever a thing as ever was written, would certainly contribute to reforming the divorce laws.
Chedzoy, Alan. A Scandalous Woman: The Story of Caroline Norton. Allison and Busby.
J. W. Kaye 's The...
Textual Features George Eliot
This story is equally remarkable for the portraits of Mr Tryan (the Evangelical clergyman who not only converts Janet to his beliefs but succeeds in sparking her will to regeneration) and of Janet herself, but...
Textual Features Anna Brownell Jameson
This second lecture takes as its epigraph the invocation in Tennyson 's The Princess of men and women working side by side in council, hearth, and the tangled business of the world.
Jameson, Anna Brownell. Sisters of Charity, Catholic and Protestant; and, The Communion of Labor. Hyperion Press.
It enlarges...
Textual Production Ellis Cornelia Knight
This work was edited by Sir John William Kaye , who had acquired ECK 's papers, comprised of journals and an unfinished autobiography, from Lady Egerton , to whom Knight had bequeathed them.
Charlotte, Lady...


May 1856: J. W. Kaye published anonymously Outrages...

Women writers item

May 1856

J. W. Kaye published anonymously Outrages on Women, a ground-breaking consideration of wife assault, in the North British Review.


Kaye, John William, and Ellis Cornelia Knight. “Introduction”. Autobiography of Miss Cornelia Knight, W. H. Allen and Co., 1861.
Kaye, John William. “Outrages on Women”. North British Review, Vol.
, pp. 233-56.
Kaye, John William. “The ’Non-Existence’ of Women”. The Disempowered: Women and the Law, edited by Marie Mulvey Roberts and Tamae Mizuta, Routledge/Thoemmes, 1995.