Elaine Hartnell

Standard Name: Hartnell, Elaine


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Intertextuality and Influence Rosa Nouchette Carey
Critic Elaine Hartnell observes that Frances runs her nursing home on the principles outlined in Florence Nightingale 's government document Suggestions on the Subject of Providing, Training, and Organising Nurses for the Sick Poor in...
Literary responses Rosa Nouchette Carey
The Athenæum was lavish with faint praise. It likened Only the Governess to a tranquil backwater out of the main current of the turbid stream of modern fiction.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
3151 (1888): 337
Praising Carey for not...
Reception Rosa Nouchette Carey
During her lifetime there was no shortage, in reviews of her novels in the popular press, of such adjectives as fresh, charming, and pretty, handy for quoting in listings of her works...
Reception Rosa Nouchette Carey
Elaine Hartnell argues that the reception of RNC 's work was tied somewhat to its modes and places of publication, notably her serialisation in journals edited by Ellen Wood , Charlotte Yonge , and Annie S. Swan
Textual Production Rosa Nouchette Carey
For years RNC was involved with the Religious Tract Society and its journal, the Girl's Own Paper. She served as a member of the Paper's advisory body, and wrote several short novels for it...


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Hartnell, Elaine. Gender, Religion, and Domesticity in the Novels of Rosa Nouchette Carey. Ashgate, 2000.