Standard Name: Masson, David
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Her admission was strongly opposed by many faculty members on the basis of gender, but most fervently by Sir Robert Christison . Jex-Blake had some supporters within the faculty as well, including Professor David Masson
|Literary responses||Mary Oxlie|
On her own initiative, CR in 1861 sent several short poems to Macmillan's Magazine. The editor, David Masson , accepted Up-hill and paid her a guinea for it. Thereafter, she published poems in this...
|Textual Production||Frances Power Cobbe||
Cobbe made her first money—£14—for a contribution to Macmillan's Magazine called Workhouse Sketches (later collected in Essays on the Pursuits of Women). She agreed with editor David Masson 's request that she sign her...
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