Standard Name: Frankau, Julia
Birth Name: Julia Davis
Married Name: Julia Frankau
Pseudonym: Frank Danby
, whose career spanned the closing years of the nineteenth century and the Edwardian period, produced fifteen novels and four books of art history, three of which take biographical form. It is surprising that recent interest in her various and complex fictions (dealing with the class system and the worlds of business, art, and moneyed leisure) has been confined to the issue of her response to her Jewish origins.
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Frankau, Julia. A Babe in Bohemia. Spencer Blackett, 1889.
Frankau, Julia. A Beautiful Victim. A. P. Marsden, 1894.
Frankau, Julia. Dr. Phillips. Vizetelly, 1887.
Frankau, Julia. Dr. Phillips. Stanley Paul and Company Limited, 1912.
Frankau, Julia. Eighteenth Century Colour Prints. Macmillan, 1900.
Lock, Stephen, and Julia Frankau. “Introduction”. Dr. Phillips, The Keynes Press, 1989, p. v - xii.
Frankau, Julia. Joseph in Jeopardy. Methuen, 1912.
Frankau, Julia. Pigs in Clover. William Heinemann, 1903.
Frankau, Julia. The Copper Crash. Trischler, 1889.
Frankau, Julia. The Heart of a Child. Hutchinson, 1908.
Frankau, Julia. The Sphinx’s Lawyer. William Heinemann, 1906.
Frankau, Julia. The Story of Emma, Lady Hamilton. Macmillan, 1911.
Frankau, Julia. Twilight. Hutchinson, 1916.