Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Standard Name: Parker, Joseph,, 1830 - 1902
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|Dedications||John Oliver Hobbes||
Both the later novellas were written in her parents' homes in London and on the Isle of Wight. She inscribed a copy of A Study in Temptations: To my First Reviewer, Dr. Joseph Parker
|Friends, Associates||John Oliver Hobbes||
She made many friends and acquaintances both as a figure in society and as an author. These included literary people such as George Meredith , Thomas Hardy , Punch editor Owen Seaman , William Archer
|Friends, Associates||Annie S. Swan||
She also mentions a great many literary names. Among women writers whom she calls the stars of her generation were Mary Augusta Ward , Lucas Malet , Lucy Clifford , Sarah Grand , Violet Hunt
|Literary responses||John Oliver Hobbes||
Some Emotions and a Moral was a success, selling 6,000 copies by the end of the year. It established JOH as a clever and caustic writer,
whose work was the hit of the season. The...
|Publishing||John Oliver Hobbes||
The Fountain's publisher, Congregationalist minister Joseph Parker , was a family friend. In addition to her publications in this newspaper, JOH was writing letters, other stories, and plays that she mounted at home in...
|Textual Production||John Oliver Hobbes||
The earliest known letter from the future JOH was written at seven and a half years old to Joseph Parker .
Hobbes, John Oliver. The Life of John Oliver Hobbes. J. Murray, 1911.
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