Jane Helen Findlater

Standard Name: Findlater, Jane Helen


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Friends, Associates Mary Cholmondeley
According to Percy Lubbock , MC and her sisters entertained often and were charming and successful hostesses. Mary was nevertheless said to be a shy and modest woman who, while she found writing tedious, enjoyed...
Friends, Associates Frances Mary Peard
The Scottish writers Mary and Jane Helen Findlater were also Peard's great friends.
Harris, Mary J. Y. Memoirs of Frances Mary Peard. W. H. Smith.
Textual Production Jane Taylor
JT published, anonymously, the highly original Rachel. A Tale, with an ugly heroine, an anti-romantically named male protagonist, Tomkins, and a courtship story still unconcluded by the end of the book.
This title was...


1908: Crossriggs, a homely and unpretentious novel...

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Crossriggs, a homely and unpretentious novel by Mary and Jane Helen Findlater , was, said Susan Tweedsmuir years later, one of those books that make a milestone in one's life.


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