Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
J. S. Le Fanu
Standard Name: Le Fanu, J. S.
Used Form: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde||
They may have met on account of her praising his The Beauties of the Boyne (1849) in the Nation. The groom was eminent in his profession, having written the earliest textbooks in both his...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Rhoda Broughton|
|Literary responses||Charlotte Riddell|
RB 's first novel, Not Wisely, but Too Well, was serialized in the Dublin University Magazine, then edited by Sheridan Le Fanu , who was her uncle by marriage.
Wood, Marilyn. Rhoda Broughton: Profile of a Novelist. Paul Watkins, 1993.
Houghton, Walter E., and Jean Harris Slingerland, editors. The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals 1824-1900. University of Toronto Press, 1989.
|Textual Production||Charlotte Yonge||
CY 's The Trial, More Links of the Daisy Chain, a murder mystery, came out while Sheridan Le Fanu 's Uncle Silas was still being serialised.
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Battiscombe, Georgina, and E. M. Delafield. Charlotte Mary Yonge: The Story of an Uneventful Life. Constable and Company, 1943.
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|Textual Production||Rhoda Broughton||
When she read two chapters of it to her uncle Sheridan Le Fanu , his response was: You will succeed, and when you do, remember that I prophesied it!
Times. Times Publishing Company.
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28 August 1814
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu , novelist, short story writer and journalist, was born at Dublin.
The first issues appeared of two Irish monthly periodicals: the successful Dublin University Magazine and the short-lived Dublin University Review, and Quarterly Magazine.
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu 's first publication, a comic narrative entitled The Ghost and the Bone-Setter, appeared in the Dublin University Magazine.
By 21 June 1845
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu published his first novel, The Cock and Anchor.
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu 's Uncle Silas was serialised in the Dublin University Magazine as Maud Ruthyn And Uncle Silas, A Tale of Bartram-Haugh.
By 6 July 1872
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu published In A Glass Darkly, including the lesbian vampire storyCarmilla.
7 February 1873
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu , novelist, short story writer and journalist, died at Dublin.