Heineman, Helen. Mrs. Trollope: The Triumphant Feminine in the Nineteenth Century. Ohio University Press.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Q. D. Leavis||
The Roths were devastated by their daughter's decision to marry a gentile. They disowned her and ceased to give her any financial support. However, this period had its happy moments as well. Q. D. introduced...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Marie Belloc Lowndes|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Trollope|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Storm Jameson|
|Literary responses||Ann Radcliffe||
Anna Seward , in letters which were to be published in AR 's lifetime, mixed her praise of her gothic oeuvre with some trenchant criticism.
Nathan Drake called Radcliffe the Shakespeare of Romance Writers...
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press.
|Textual Production||Michelene Wandor|
|Textual Production||Sarah Austin|
|Textual Production||Anita Brookner||
AB published an ambitious art-critical work: The Genius of the Future: Studies in French Art Criticism: Diderot , Stendhal , Baudelaire , Zola , The BrothersGoncourt , Huysmans.
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|Textual Production||Storm Jameson||
At the age of eighty-eight SJ published her last book, Speaking of Stendhal, a chiefly biographical study of the French novelist .
Staley, Thomas F., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 36. Gale Research.
36: 71, 78
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Simone de Beauvoir||
The second part of her first section, Facts and Myths, draws valuably on analysis of male writers. SB reads Stendhal as decidedly feministic:
he not only values liberty but accepts it as...
Beauvoir, Simone de. The Second Sex. Translator Parshley, H. M., Jonathan Cape.
|Violence||Bessie Rayner Parkes||
Not only had the occupying troops burned the furniture and staircases, defaced the pictures or shot them full of holes: out of the dungheaps covering the gardens were retrieved letters or scraps of letters from...