Thomas, Clara. Love and Work Enough: The Life of Anna Jameson. University of Toronto Press.
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Lucille wrote, Both my parents were great chastisers, she with a hairbrush, he with a razor-strop, and both, later, with the thin and supple cane. I think most parents did a bit of chastising in...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Florence Marryat|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Brownell Jameson|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Lucy Walford||
An interesting textual allusion comes early in the novel when the youngest sister reluctantly puts down Captain Marryat 's Children of the New Forest to entertain the ordinary everyday visitor
who will eventually become...
Walford, Lucy. Cousins. William Blackwood and Sons.
|Literary responses||Florence Marryat|
|Textual Production||Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington|
|Textual Production||Florence Marryat||
FM 's non-fiction works include the travel book 'Gup', Sketches of Anglo-Indian Life and Character, 1868, and her Life and Letters of Captain Marryat, 1872. 'Gup' appeared serially in Temple Bar before...
|Textual Production||Mary Wesley|
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