Anna Drury

Standard Name: Drury, Anna


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Friends, Associates Christabel Coleridge
In addition to her relationship with Charlotte Yonge , CC had a productive friendship with Mary Bramston . The move to Torquay made her one of a group of women writers in the area, all...
Friends, Associates Frances Mary Peard
One of FMP 's close friends was Charlotte Yonge , who helped her develop a writing career, and whose earliest surviving letter to her is dated April 1861. For a while Peard was one of...
Friends, Associates Margaret Roberts
As well as her close friendship with Peard , living at Torquay made MR one of a circle of women writers which included Anna Drury , Christabel Coleridge , and (offstage, as it were) Charlotte Yonge
Friends, Associates Frances Trollope
FT had moved to 20 York Street, Portman Square, London in September 1838, where she was visited by a young Anna Drury who describes her time spent with FT as characterised by an unlimited allowance...
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Trollope
FT 's years of literary success were marked by tragedy: she lost two of her children to consumption, and eventually lost a third.
Nadel, Ira Bruce, and William E. Fredeman, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 21. Gale Research.
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Heineman, Helen. Mrs. Trollope: The Triumphant Feminine in the Nineteenth Century. Ohio University Press.
However, her writing brought her into a supportive network...


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