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Noteworthy Victorian Writers & Poets
by Harriett Childe Pemberton Austen, Jane - Jane Austen, (GOP 1882)
Beale, Anne - Anne Beale, Governess and Writer (GOP 1901)
"Extracts from her diary."
by Helen C. Black Carey, Rosa Nouchette - Rosa Nouchette Carey, (GOP 1899)
by C.A. Macirone Cowden-Clark, Mary - Love-Serve: A Few Recollections Inspired by the Name of Mary Cowden-Clarke, (GOP 1889)
Noted author of a Shakespearian concordance.
Craik, Mrs. A Model Novelist: The Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman" (GOP 1888)
"Mrs. Craik (Dinah Maria Mulock), novelist, essayist, magazine writer, and poet."
by F.W. Newland Ewing, Mrs. - Mrs. Ewing and Her Books, (GOP 1899)
"In most of her books Mrs. Ewing traces the progress of children from youth to manhood and gives us an insight into the development of their character."
by Isabel Stuart-Robson Giberne, Agnes - Miss [Agnes] Giberne, (GOP 1898)
by Alice King Havergal, Frances Ridley - Frances Ridley Havergal, (GOP 1888)
Writer and poetess (and author of many Victorian greeting card verses).
by Alice King Hemans, Felicia - Mrs. Hemans [Poetess], (GOP 1889)
by the Rev. John Kelly Heusser, Meta - A Swiss Poetess, (GOP 1886)
"Meta Heusser...is regarded as quite the foremost among the German speaking writers of sacred poetry of her time."
Jefferies, Richard - Richard Jefferies (GOP 1889, 1890)
Artist and poet.
by Alice King King, Alice - Our Blind Contributor - Alice King, (GOP 1887)
"At length came the, for me, happy days when that wonderful and beautiful machine, the type-writer, was brought to England from America." This enabled the writer to set down her own words rather than having to dictate to another - and Miss King was a prolific writer!
- See Craik, Mrs.
Mulock, Dinah Maria by Isabella Fyvie Mayo Rossetti, Christina - Christina Rossetti: An Appreciation, (GOP 1898)
(book review) Tucker, Charlotte - "Life of A.L.O.E. by Agnes Giberne (GOP 1896)
Turner, Ethel - Our New Serial Story (GOP 1901)
A brief biographical note about writer Ethel Turner.
(book review) Wood, Henry - Mrs. Henry Wood A Memoir by Charles Wood (GOP 1895)
Mrs. Wood was a novelist; her son was the editor of Argosy magazine.
by Clotilda Marson Yonge, Charlotte Talk About Miss Yonge, (GOP 1901)
by Sarah Tytler Literary Households, (GOP 1895)
Mrs. Barbauld; Dr. John Aikin and Lucy Aikin; Jane Porter, Anna Maria Porter, and Sir Robert Ker Porter; Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth, and Thomas Day; Ann and Jane Taylor and their brother Isaac.
by E.F. Bridell-Fox Memories, (GOP 1890)
A collection of handwritten letters and signatures of famous poets.
by Dora de Blaquière Women's Noms de Plume, (GOP 1890)
Pen-names of various authors; Louisa May Alcott once wrote under the name of "Tribulation Periwinkle!"
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