Mellor, Anne K. Mary Shelley: Her Life, Her Fiction, Her Monsters. Routledge.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Shelley|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Trollope|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Shelley|
|Literary responses||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun||
Though Sara Josepha Hale , author of Woman's Record, called Houstoun a lively, fluent writer,
this is the first and last compliment offered in a review which is kept brief because even the...
Hale, Sarah Josepha. Woman’s Record. Harper and Brothers.
|Performance of text||Susanna Centlivre|
|Publishing||Juliana Horatia Ewing||
She had met Caldecott in June 1879, when she already warmly admired his illustrations for works by Washington Irving . She specifically asked him for a picture of a fair-haired boy riding a red-haired pony...
|Reception||Mary Russell Mitford||
Our Village is often said to have inaugurated its genre of small-scale, local-colour sketch writing, but (apart from Washington Irving 's Geoffrey Crayon's Sketch Book, 1819) it owes an obvious debt to the work...
|Reception||Catharine Maria Sedgwick|
|Textual Features||Grace Aguilar||
GA 's representation of Jews and Jewish history was profoundly influenced by novelists, pre-eminently Walter Scott , and by historians including Americans Washington Irving and William H. Prescott .
Ragussis, Michael. Figures of Conversion: "The Jewish Question" and English National Identity. Duke University Press.
|Textual Production||Isabel Hill|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Mary Anne Jevons|
|Travel||Anna Brownell Jameson|
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