Joyce Marlow

Standard Name: Marlow, Joyce


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Birth Anna Steele
Her birth was registered at Braintree this month. She was the fourth daughter in her large family of about thirteen children.
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Marlow, Joyce. The Uncrowned Queen of Ireland: The Life of ’Kitty’ O’Shea. Saturday Review Press, 1975.
Bradhurst, Minna Evangeline. A Century of Letters. Printed for private circulation by R. E. Thomas and Newman, 1929.
Of these probably thirteen children, four had died by 1827, when her...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Steele
Her aunt's legacy and the resulting litigation were factors in the divorce proceedings brought against Katherine by her separated and hitherto complaisant husband, William O'Shea , in October 1889. During the court proceedings Katherine claimed...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Steele
The apparently disastrous story of AS 's marriage remains untold. Her husband was a son of Sir Scudamore Steele, an army officer with the East India Company and said to have been a man of...
Literary responses Anna Steele
In a lengthy review the Times noted that while Gardenhurst had many faults typical of first novels (citing other examples from Sir Walter Scott , George Eliot , and Charles Dickens ), it nonetheless has...
Textual Production Anna Steele
Joyce Marlow mistakenly ascribes this translation to Steele's mother, Emma Caroline Wood . The three-volume work, with illustrations by Sir Luke Fildes , appeared the year after Hugo's original.
Marlow, Joyce. Captain Boycott and the Irish. History Book Club, 1973.
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