Helen Kinloch

Standard Name: Kinloch, Helen


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Literary responses Susan Ferrier
This novel too was a success, if not quite so resoundingly as Marriage (to whose reputation more than one reviewer referred).
Cullinan, Mary. Susan Ferrier. Twayne.
The author's sister Helen (Mrs Kinloch ), an early reader, approached it...
Literary responses Mary Ann Kelty
Reviewers praised this novel for its depiction of character and its intimate knowledge of the human heart.The Monthly Magazine singled out its impeccable morality, suitable for a young and female readership.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
To Harriet Martineau
Reception Mary Ann Kelty
Susan Ferrier 's sister Helen Kinloch saw Trials: A Tale as a sad comedown after The Favourite of Nature: she joked that it was a trial to read.
Ferrier, Susan, and John Ferrier. Memoir and Correspondence of Susan Ferrier, 1782-1854. Editor Doyle, John Andrew, Eveleigh Nash and Grayson.


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