Emily Tennyson Smith

Standard Name: Smith, Emily Tennyson
Used Form: E. T. Bradley


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Family and Intimate relationships Mabel Birchenough
MB had two brothers and four sisters. Every one of her sisters became a writer of some kind: Margaret Louisa Woods was a poet and novelist; Emily Tennyson Bradley , was a historian and editor...
Publishing Lady Arbella Stuart
Two nineteenth-century editions of LAS 's letters—by Elizabeth Cooper , 1866, and E. T. Bradley , 1889—preceded the modern scholarly one by Sara Jayne Steen (1994). The complete correspondence of Bess of Hardwick is now...
Textual Features Alice Meynell
The title essay links the colour of life to the weight, density, and lushness of the body and its skin. AM writes that the true colour of life is not red. . . . The...
Textual Production Mabel Birchenough
As M. C. Bradley and E. T. Bradley, Mabel Bradley (later Birchenough) and her sister Emily co-authored The Popular Guide to Westminster Abbey.
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Birchenough, Mabel. Westminster Abbey. The Pall Mall Magazine Office.
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Smith, Emily Tennyson, and Lady Arbella Stuart. Life of the Lady Arabella Stuart. R. Bentley and Son, 1889.