Joseph Parker

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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,
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.
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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