New, William H., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 99. Gale Research.
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He had been ill a great deal during his last years, and had in the sermon that was later printed as Deaths Duell (as his biographer Izaak Walton put it) preach't his own Funeral Sermon...
|Education||Catharine Parr Traill|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Eliza Meteyard||
This illustrated story of a young girl's childhood and education has some autobiographical elements (Howitt calls it her own early life),
including the profession of the army surgeon father of the eponymous character...
Lee, Amice. Laurels & Rosemary: The Life of William and Mary Howitt. Oxford University Press.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Catharine Parr Traill|
|Reception||Sarah Orne Jewett||
Jewett wrote both diaries and letters from an early age, and was an avid reader. Reminiscing, she said she remembered thinking that if I could write just as Miss Thackeray did in her charming stories...
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