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eBook Mary Cholmondeley, 1859-1925: A bibliography (Victorian fiction research guides) ePub

by Jane Crisp

  • ISBN: 0867760338
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Jane Crisp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dept. of English, University of Queensland (1981)
  • Pages: 42
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Quoted in Jane Crisp bibliography. Works by Mary Cholmondeley at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks).

Quoted in Jane Crisp bibliography. a b "Cholmondeley's entry in The Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English (Cambridge, UK: CUP, 1999): Retrieved 4 May 2012. Kansas City, MO: Valancourt Books, 2009. Jane Crisp bibliography. The full text of Red Pottage online: Retrieved 4 May 2012. Biography: Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton: Let the Flowers Go: A Life of Mary Cholmondeley (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009).

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Literary Heritage West Midlands: Mary Cholmondeley, Retrieved 4 May 2012, citing Gordon Dickins: An Illustrated Literary Guide to Shropshire (Shrewsbury: Shropshire Libraries, 1987). ODNB entry by Kate Flint: Retrieved 4 May 2012. Introduction to the typescript bibliography compiled by Jane Crisp of the University of Queensland, 1981: Retrieved 4 May 2012. "On Tuesday, October 24,, eight thousand copies of it were offered to London, and it was also published in New York and in the Colonies.

Author Cholmondeley, Mary, 1859-1925. Categories: Nonfiction. 10 5. Books by Cholmondeley, Mary, 1859-1925: Red Pottage. 10, 10. Diana Tempest; a Novel. 9, 10. Prisoners : Fast Bound in Misery And Iron. Action & Adventure.

Mary Cholmondeley, 1859-1925 Cholmondeley's first book was published under the title, Her Evil Genius and shortly thereafter in 1886, her second work.

Mary Cholmondeley, 1859-1925. Growing up, Mary Cholmondeley liked to tell stories to her siblings and turned to writing fiction as an escape from the monotony of her daily routine. Her diary showed that by the age of 18 she was already convinced she would never marry, lacking, she believed, the looks and the charms necessary to attract a suitable mate. Cholmondeley's first book was published under the title, Her Evil Genius and shortly thereafter in 1886, her second work The Danvers Jewels earned her a small, but respectable following.

Mary Cholmondeley’s male antecedents are well documented since she belonged to an old county family, a cadet branch of the Marquisate of Cholmondeley. Her father, the Rev. Richard Hugh Cholmondeley, was the Rector of Hodnet, in Shropshire (as had been his father before him, as well as his maternal grandfather and great grandfather). Mary, the third of their eight children, was born at Hodnet Rectory on the 8th of June 1859. Life at Hodnet is affectionately evoked by her in Under One Roof (1918).

Cholmondeley, Mary, 1859-1925. Narrower term: Cholmondeley, Mary, 1859-1925 - Bibliography. Filed under: Cholmondeley, Mary, 1859-1925 - Bibliography. Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Mary Cholmondeley (1859 - 1925) was an English novelist. She began writing with serious intent in her teens. She wrote in her journal in 1877, "What a pleasure and interest it would be to me in life to write books

Mary Cholmondeley (1859 - 1925) was an English novelist. She wrote in her journal in 1877, "What a pleasure and interest it would be to me in life to write books. I must strike out a line of some kind, and if I do not marry (for at best that is hardly likely, as I possess neither beauty nor charms) I should want some definite occupation, besides the home duties. She succeeded in publishing some stories in The Graphic and elsewhere. Her first novel was The Danvers Jewels (1887), a detective story that won her a small following.

Mary Cholmondeley ( was an English novelist. Her bestselling novel, Red Pottage, satirised religious hypocrisy and the narrowness of country life. It was adapted as a silent film in 1918. Family - Mary Cholmondeley was born at Hodnet. His "select" books were chosen with these considerations in mind; the rise of the three-volume novel can be directly attributed to this influence, Mudie's refusal to stock "immoral" books and "novels of questionable character or inferior quality", such as George Moore's A Modern Lover, A Mummers Wife and A Drama in Muslin had an effect on the direction of Victorian.

It further provides plot summaries of the author’s long fiction and brief generic classifications of his short fiction. However, this bibliography of materials on Heldmann/ Marsh is unlikely to be comprehensive: such was the volume of the author’s literary production that the periodical section, in particular, is unlikely to be complete. 3 By Minna Vuohelainen.