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Victorian Sisters: The Remarkable Macdonald Women and the Great Men They Inspired. Daughters of a Methodist preacher, the four Macdonald sisters exerted a remarkable influence on English art, literature, and politics through their husbands and sons.
Victorian Sisters: The Remarkable Macdonald Women and the Great Men They Inspired. 0917561341 (ISBN13: 9780917561344). Three of these strong-willed women married successful artists: Georgiana, the Pre-Raphaelite Edward Burne-Jones; Agnes, the society painter Edward Poynter, and Alice, sculptor Lockwood Kipling. Alice's marriage caused her to live for 30 years in British India, profoundly influencing her son Rudyard.
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A failed case for the collective eminence of four Victorian sisters. The Macdonald girls were educated at home by their mother, indulged in amateur dramatics and musicales, and set to improving-exercises such as writing parodies of well-known poems, and essays on ""the greatness of little things.
Biography of J. Lockwood Kipling. Taylor, Ina. Victorian Sisters. The remarkable Macdonald women and the great men they inspired. The Macdonald Sisters.
The Macdonald sisters were four Scottish women born during the 19th century, notable for their marriages to well-known men. Alice, Georgiana, Agnes and Louisa were the daughters of Reverend George Browne Macdonald (1805–1868), a Wesleyan Methodist m. . Alice, Georgiana, Agnes and Louisa were the daughters of Reverend George Browne Macdonald (1805–1868), a Wesleyan Methodist minister, and Hannah Jones (1809–1875). There were 11 children in the MacDonald family: seven daughters and four sons.
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Here are ten remarkable works about identity, selected by the panel for the 100 Novels That Shaped Our World. Yaa Gyasi discusses her tale of two sisters with strikingly different destinies, and the way their lives reverberate through the generations. LISTEN: Yaa Gyasi talks to Mariella Frostrup. 7 novels by women that deserve your attention. At Hay Festival 2018, BBC Arts highlighted seven titles that deserve to be on everyone's reading list from the list selected by the public.