British Library Catalogue.
Standard Name: Vicinus, Martha
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|Cultural formation||Florence Nightingale|
After the war she suffered from various illnesses, including physical and mental exhaustion. At thirty-six she was basically an invalid, who spent her remaining years working and writing in isolation at home, her main contact...
|Literary responses||Dorothy Bussy||
Apart from her familial and social connections, it is for Olivia that DB is most frequently noted in literary criticism and biography. In Distance and Desire: English Boarding-School Friendships (1984), Martha Vicinus observes that Olivia...
|Literary responses||Emily Faithfull|
|Other Life Event||Emily Faithfull||
The court ruled in favour of Sir Henry Codrington. The entry on him in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography does not mention the divorce case, though it mentions that he married again within five...
This collection initially went through four editions in a year. It has been reprinted together with its predecessor, as Keynotes & Discords, by Virago (1983, with an introduction by Martha Vicinus ) and by...
|Textual Production||Florence Nightingale|