Emily Spender

Standard Name: Spender, Emily
Birth Name: Emily Spender
ES , writing in the later nineteenth and the early twentieth century, published half a dozen novels which combine romance with, in some cases, a thesis about politics or gender politics. Her rate of output was not high. In her youth she gave speeches in favour of women's suffrage; late in her career she published a translation and (jointly) an anthology of patriotic poetry.


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Theme or Topic Treated in Text E. M. Forster
This story, dealing with the potential and the limitations of Italy as a place of liberation for young English people constricted by their own society's rigid conventions, is remarkable for its casually damning portrait of...


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Spender, Emily. A Soldier for a Day. F. V. White, 1901.
Spender, Emily. Restored. 1871.
Spender, Emily. Son and Heir. Hurst and Blackett, 1864.
Spender, Emily. The Law-Breakers. F. V. White, 1903.
Spender, Emily, and Constance Spender. The Patriots’ Year Book. Walter Scott, 1911.
Spender, Emily. Until the Day Breaks. Hurst and Blackett, 1886.