Standard Name: Tasma
Used Form: Jessie Couvreur
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|Material Conditions of Writing||Mary Frances Billington||
While Billington celebrates notable women in her profession, including Flora Shaw and Tasma , she also notes the popular response to their craft: to the outside world, which really knows very little of how its...
|Textual Production||May Crommelin||
The collaborators included Julia Frankau , Clotilde Graves , Margaret Hungerford , Helen Mathers , Florence Marryat , Adeline Sergeant , Tasma , Frances Eleanor Trollope , Conan Doyle , and Bram Stoker . The...
By 24 November 1888
Tasma (Jessie Couvreur) , who took her pen-name from her early years in Tasmania, published her first novel, Uncle Piper of Piper's Hill.
By 8 February 1890
A Sydney Sovereign, a collection of stories by Tasma , was published.
Tasma (whose real name was Jessie Couvreur , published her novelA Knight of the White Feather.
Not Counting the Cost, a novel in which Tasma explored issues of culture and nationality, appeared two years before her death.
Tasma, or Jessie Couvreur , published her novelFiery Ordeal in the year of her death.