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Standard Name: Cholmondeley, Mary
Birth Name: Mary Cholmondeley
New Woman movement.wrote mainly popular fiction in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that was often both melodramatic and satiric. Her corpus includes novels, short stories, family memoirs, and some articles. It was largely ignored by critics for many years, but the emergence of feminist criticism led to reconsideration of her writing and its place in the
Cholmondeley, Mary. Red Pottage. Edward Arnold, 1899.
Cholmondeley, Mary. The Danvers Jewels. R. Bentley, 1887.
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Cholmondeley, Mary. The Romance of His Life. John Murray, 1921.
Cholmondeley, Mary. Under One Roof. John Murray, 1918.
Cholmondeley, Mary. “Votes for Men”. The Romance of His Life, John Murray, 1921, pp. 200-15.