Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present
Rosa Nouchette Carey
Standard Name: Carey, Rosa Nouchette
Birth Name: Rosa Nouchette Carey
Pseudonym: Le Voleur
, writing in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, was the author of about forty very popular novels of domestic life, many of them aimed at girls and young people. Although quite conventional romances, her books tend to stress the value of meaningful work for women both within and beyond the home.
While there she made five friends who formed an intense, exclusive circle. MB
has been described as falling violently in love
Garnett, Richard, and Mathilde Blind. “Memoir”. The Poetical Works of Mathilde Blind, edited by Arthur Symons and Arthur Symons, T. Fisher Unwin, pp. 1-43.
with one of them, Amy. She was taught there by a schoolmistress...
Intertextuality and Influence
In this book Richardson's heroine Miriam, now eighteen years old, has returned from Germany and is a resident teacher at Wordsworth House, a school in fictional Banbury Park, North London, run by the Perne...
Since the Langham Place Group
had provided a social space for women in 1860, several organizations had already challenged the flourishing institution of men's clubs. The Lyceum Club
came on the scene at a time...
1898: The publishing firm of Richard Bentley and...