Jean L. Watson

Standard Name: Watson, Jean L.
Used Form: Jean Watson


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Anthologization Susanna Blamire
Sarah Tytler (pseudonym of Henrietta Keddie) and J. L. Watson included work by SB in The Songstresses of Scotland, saying that she wrote Scotch songs like a Scotchwoman.
Kushigian, Nancy, and Stephen C. Behrendt, editors. Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period.
The Athenaeum Index of Reviews and Reviewers: 1830-1870.
2280 (8 July 1871): 44-6
Literary responses Alison Cockburn
Her literary image has been entwined with that of Scotland's romantic history and landscape. Sarah Tytler (Henrietta Keddie) and Jean L. Watson in The Songstresses of Scotland, 1871, delighted in the idea of her...
Residence Alison Cockburn
Alison Rutherford grew up in the Scottish Highlands, in the Forest of Ettrick, which as her Victorian biographers remark, is not a forest except in the sense of wilderness, since the hills are...
Residence Alison Cockburn
As a widow living in EdinburghAC was, according to Sarah Tytler and Jean L. Watson , a lively cultural influence, serving as a connecting-link between the Edinburgh of Allan Ramsay and Burns , and...
Textual Production Dora Greenwell
She initially wrote this piece to support the Royal Albert Asylum for Idiots and to raise awareness surrounding the issue of physical and mental disabilities. She called her work for the Asylum a labour of...
Textual Production Sarah Tytler
With J. L. Watson , ST published The Songstresses of Scotland, a collection of ten biographies accompanied by texts of songs.
Jean L. Watson , nineteenth-century Scottish biographer, needs to be distinguished from Jean Watson


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Tytler, Sarah, and Jean L. Watson. The Songstresses of Scotland. Strahan, 1871.