Carolyn Christensen Nelson

Standard Name: Nelson, Carolyn Christensen


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Anthologization Evelyn Sharp
When women (over thirty) were enfranchised by the Representation of the People (or Reform) Act of February 1918, ES marked the occasion with several pieces.
John, Angela V. “’Behind the Locked Door’: Evelyn Sharp, suffragette and rebel journalist”. Women’s History Review, No. 1, pp. 5 - 13.
Carolyn Christensen Nelson 's anthology Literature of the Women's...
Literary responses Emma Frances Brooke
Recently Carolyn Christensen Nelson has connected EFB 's optimistic view of marriage at the conclusion of this novel with Mona Caird 's Marriage (her well-known Westminster Review article of August 1888). Caird writes: men and...
Literary responses Ménie Muriel Dowie
Scholar Helen Small considers The Hint o' Hairst to be a rather nostalgic return to origins on MMD 's part, since Dowie, as she had noted in a footnote to the story's epigraph, was Scottish...
Textual Features Ménie Muriel Dowie
In what critic Carolyn Christensen Nelson considers one of the most humorous of the New Woman novels on marriage to appear during the 1890s,
Nelson, Carolyn Christensen. British Women Fiction Writers of the 1890s. Twayne Publishers, 1996.
MMD 's first effort at full-length fiction set the stage...


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