Eva Mary Bell

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Standard Name: Bell, Eva Mary
Birth Name: Eva Mary Hamilton
Used Form: Mrs G. H. Bell
Pseudonym: John Travers
EMB 's fourteen books, published between 1910 and 1931, are mostly novels, and most of them appeared under the pseudonym of John Travers. She is remembered, if at all, for those set in British India, but all of them are rare today and difficult to get hold of. Her interest in Indian women (especially their education and British women's relations with them) and the Indian Army issued in a pamphlet and a number of letters to The Times, and she was a leading contributor to that newspaper's Woman's Supplement. She also edited correspondence of Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby (since Ponsonby had connections with her family).

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Textual Production Lady Eleanor Butler
Sarah Ponsonby bequeathed the journals to Caroline Hamilton , and Harriet Pigott therefore supposed that they were written by Ponsonby .
Butler, Lady Eleanor, Sarah Ponsonby, and Caroline Hamilton. “Foreword and Editorial Materials”. The Hamwood Papers of the Ladies of Llangollen and Caroline Hamilton, edited by Eva Mary Bell, Macmillan, 1930, p. vii - viii; various pages.
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They have been published in several selections: by Mrs G. H. [Eva Mary] Bell

Timeline

1 October 1910
The Timesnewspaper launched a Woman's Supplement.