William Carleton

Standard Name: Carleton, William


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Friends, Associates Frances Sarah Hoey
In order to help establish herself, the future FSH took with her an introduction from William Carleton to William Thackeray .
Edwards, Peter David. Frances Cashel Hoey, 1830-1908: A Bibliography. Department of English, University of Queensland.
Friends, Associates Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde
Duffy had expected to meet Mr John Fenshaw Ellis, the pseudonym with which Elgee signed her periodical submissions. She stage-managed a grand entrance for herself in order to astonish him. They became close friends and...
Intertextuality and Influence Catherine Byron
Reflections on her own life are intertwined throughout CB 's journey, as she writes on her childhood experience of Catholicism, and her roles as mother, wife, lover, and Irish woman writer.
Byron, Catherine. Out of Step. Loxwood Stoneleigh.
She deals trenchantly...
Literary responses E. Owens Blackburne
EOB 's work is frequently anthologised in nineteenth-century collections of Irish literature, but seldom mentioned in more contemporary works. One collection, Charles A. Read 's The Cabinet of Irish Literature, 1881, describes her as...
Publishing Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde
Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde (as Speranza), wrote a tributary poem in memory of her friend and fellow writer William Carleton for the Nation.
Melville, Joy. Mother of Oscar. John Murray.
Textual Production Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde
Contributors included leading political writers such as John O'Hagan , Richard D'Alton Williams , Thomas MacNeven , William Carleton , Clarence Mangan , Denis MacCarthy , Thomas Davis , John Blake Dillon , and women...


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