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Paperback, 245 pages
Published August 16th 1990 by Routledge
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Margaret
This is a wonderful study of four Victorian women, the bonds between them, and their lives as women and as writers. Mrs. Hemans was the best-loved female poet of her time, and her friendship with writer Maria Jewsbury provides an interesting counterpoint to the relationship between Jewsbury's sister Geraldine (a novelist and reviewer) and Jane Welsh Carlyle, wife of the famous Thomas Carlyle and an excellent writer (though of letters rather than of novels or histories) in her own right. Clarke e ...more
Sherwood Smith
In addition to being fascinating in its own right, she gives a glimpse of the mysterious Miss Mitford.
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