Marian Fowler

Standard Name: Fowler, Marian

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Education Sara Jeannette Duncan
SJD later entered the Collegiate Institute, where she studied Latin and languages. Her biographer Marian Fowler quotes her saying that she learned just enough science to ruin three aprons, nearly deprive herself of her right...
Family and Intimate relationships Sara Jeannette Duncan
Biographer Marian Fowler believes that Duncan resisted consummating her affair with Miller , and that she later regretted this decision. The relationship ended soon afterwards, and Miller returned to Washington.
Fowler, Marian. Redney: A Life of Sara Jeannette Duncan. Anansi, 1983.
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Literary responses Sara Jeannette Duncan
Responses were mixed. The Athenæum contrasted the seriousness of this work against SJD 's previous bright and sparkling books.
Dean, Misao, and Sara Jeannette Duncan. “Introduction”. A Daughter of Today, Tecumseh Press, 1988, p. iv - xxii.
iv
Other opinions focused on Elfrida's character: some reviewers hated her and some loved her.
Dean, Misao, and Sara Jeannette Duncan. “Introduction”. A Daughter of Today, Tecumseh Press, 1988, p. iv - xxii.
iv

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