Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
Standard Name: Maison, Margaret
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|Family and Intimate relationships||John Oliver Hobbes||
Pearl was taken seriously ill on their honeymoon to Cannes. On the journey back to England she had to be carried on a litter. She was lame and on crutches for a time, and...
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|Publishing||John Oliver Hobbes||
The next few years saw further novels by Hobbes, alongside drama and non-fictional works. In 1901 she published a novel entitled The Serious Wooing: A Heart's History, and in 1902 another, Love and the...
|Reception||John Oliver Hobbes||
Despite this assessment, and despite JOH 's own belief that her writing was in advance of her times, she is presently in literary limbo, out of print and with little recent critical work apart from...
|Textual Production||Emma Jane Worboise||
Margaret Maison , a scholar of Victorian religious fiction, argues that Worboise participated in the rise of sensationalism in evangelical fiction, and that in her later years she worked against the essential rules for healthful...
|Textual Production||John Oliver Hobbes|
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