But her death notice in the Englishwoman's Review noted that few of the rising generation would recognise her name, and (picking up on the language of the Times obituary) accounted for the fact that her...
According to John H. Ingram
, Poe was presented with the manuscript before its publication. At the same time he received $100 from the Lewises, which he badly needed, and which seems to have been...
agreed to write on AR
, for a fee of £50, in John H. Ingram
's Eminent Women series, but in September she gave the project up, in despair about finding information.
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press, 1999.
published her George Eliot, the first life in the Eminent Women Series conceived by John H. Ingram
, and the first biography of her subject (just ahead of that by John Walter Cross