Ernest Abraham Hart

Standard Name: Hart, Ernest Abraham


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Literary responses Frances Power Cobbe
According to Sally Mitchell , FPC herself recognized that her writing had lost its wit and charm
Mitchell, Sally. Frances Power Cobbe: Victorian Feminist, Journalist, Reformer. University of Virginia Press.
as she became immersed in the antivivisectionist cause. Charges of inaccuracy in her antivivisection writing came to...
politics Sophia Jex-Blake
She aimed to establish credibility for a female medical college by gathering an impressive group of physicians. They included the editor of the British Medical Journal, Ernest Hart , Thomas Henry Huxley , Dr...
Reception Julia Frankau
The novel caused scandal both to Jewish readers, who judged it anti-semitic, and to gentile readers, who found its treatment of sex outside marriage too outspoken.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
According to Marie Belloc Lowndes , Ernest Hart tacitly...
Textual Features Julia Frankau
Stephen Lock suggests in his introduction to the 1989 reprint that this novel is à clef: that JF 's Phillips (whose name, before the publisher suggested a change, was Dr Abrams) was modelled on Ernest Abraham Hart


1870: The Infant Life Protection Society was formed...

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The Infant Life Protection Society was formed in London by members of the Harveian Medical Society .


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