Ham, Elizabeth. Elizabeth Ham, by Herself, 1783-1820. Editor Gillett, Eric, Faber and Faber, 1945.
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|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Ham|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Katharine Tynan||
KT published four novels in 1905, one each in 1906 and 1907, four in every year from 1908 to 1911, and three in each of the next two years. Then after a few years with...
|Literary responses||Lady Cynthia Asquith||
Lord David Cecil , a literary historian and a correspondent of LCA , thought her letters just as amusing and charming and individual as those of Dorothy Osborne , Lady Sarah Lennox , Jane Welsh Carlyle , or Emily Eden .
Beauman, Nicola. Cynthia Asquith. Hamish Hamilton, 1987.
|Textual Features||Katharine Tynan||
Lord Edward was a nephew of KT 's earlier fictional subject, Lady Sarah Lennox . A highly romantic, aristocratic revolutionary, he died of his wounds in prison on 4 June 1798, after the Rebellion of...
|Wealth and Poverty||Anne Damer||
John Damer had lost £20,000 at the gaming tables in a single night not long before his death—a sum to cast a shadow over his expectations of inheriting £30,000.
In fact after John's death...
Rizzo, Betty. Companions Without Vows: Relationships Among Eighteenth-Century British Women. University of Georgia Press, 1994.
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