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Victorian - Female Authors

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Victorian Female Authors Female Authors Sources Jehoshaphat Aspin
Annie Besant
Catherine Mumford Booth
Mary F. E. Boscawen
Anna Eliza Bray
Charlotte Brontë
Emily Brontë
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Mona Caird
Marie Corelli
Mary Coleridge
Dinah Mulock Craik
George Egerton Napoleon and the Spectre" (1833)
Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell (1846)
Jane Eyre: An Autobiography (1847)
Shirley: A Tale (1849) (as Currer Bell).
Villette (1853)
The Professor: A Tale (1857)
The Twelve Adventurers and Other Stories, ed. C. K. Shorter and E. W. Hatfield (1925)
Legends of Angria: Compiled from the Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë, ed. W. Gérin (1971). Charlotte Brontë George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) Elizabeth Gaskell http://www.victorianweb.org/gender/authors.html
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/Elizabeth_Gaskell.jpg/220px-Elizabeth_Gaskell.jpg Marianne Farningham
Elizabeth Gaskell
Catherine Gore
Sarah Grand
Lady Charlotte Guest
Felicia Hemans
Catherine Hubback
Eliza Lynn Linton
Harriet Martineau
Favell Lee Mortimer
Hannah More
Florence Nightingale
Caroline Norton Christina Rossetti
Olive Schreiner
Elizabeth Missing Sewell
Lydia Sigourney
Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna
Frances Trollope
Mary Anne Venning
Mary Augusta Ward
Mrs. Henry Wood
Margaret Oliphant
Elizabeth Roberts
George Eliot
Julia Horatia Ewing Elizabeth Barrett Browning The Battle of Marathon, c. 1818
"The Rose and Zephyr," 1825
An Essay on Mind (poems), 1826
Prometheus Bound (translation of Aeschylus), 1833
The Seraphim and Other Poems, 1838
"The Cry of the Children" published 1842 (e-text)
Poems, 1844
Poems (includes the Sonnets from the Portuguese), 1850
Hiram Powers' Greek Slave
Casa Guidi Windows, 1851
Aurora Leigh, 1857
Poems Before Congress, 1860
Last Poems (including "De Profundis") , 1862
The Poetical Works. Oxford University Press, 1920. Poems, 1846 (with Charlotte and Anne)
"Song"
Wuthering Heights, 1847 Emily Brontë Christina Rossetti Published Volumes: "After Death"
"Another Spring"
"At Home"
"An Echo from Willowwood"
"A Ballad of Boding"
"A Better Resurrection"
"The Convent Threshold"
"Goblin Market"
"Good Friday"
"The Heart Knoweth Its Own Bitterness"
"Maude Clare" "May"
"An Old World Thicket"
"The Prince's Progress"
"Remember"
"Sapho"
"Spring"
"Song"
"Songs in a Cornfield"
"The Thread of Life"
"Who Shall Deliver Me?" Goblin Market and Other Poems (1862)
The Prince's Progress (1866)
Commonplace and Other Stories (1870)
Sing-Song. A Nursery Rhyme Book (1872)
A Pageant and Other Poems (1881)
New Poems (1896) Individual Poems: Translations Fiction and Poetry Non Fiction Strauss's Life of Jesus (1846)
Feuerbach's Essence of Christianity (1854) Scenes from Clerical Life (serially in Blackwood's Magazine, 1857)
Adam Bede (1859)
Mill on the Floss (1860)
Middlemarch
Felix Holt, Radical
Silas Marner (1861)
Romola (serially in Cornhill Magazine, July, 1862-August, 1863)
The Spanish Gipsy, a dramatic poem (1868)
Daniel Deronda (in Blackwood's and Harper's Magazines, February-September 1876). "Belles Lettres,"1856
"The Modern Hep! Hep!"
Complete essays: Text at Project Gutenberg Novels Mary Barton (1848)
Cranford (1853)
Ruth (1853)
North and South (1855)
The Life of Charlotte Brontë (1857)
Sylvia's Lovers (1863)
Cousin Phyllis (1864)
Wives and Daughters (1866) Collections of Short Stories and Novellas Curious, if True (E-text)
The Grey Woman and other Tales (E-text) “An Accursed Race”
“A Dark Night's Work”
“The Doom of the Griffiths”
“ Half a Life-Time Ago,”
"The Half-Brothers"
“ Lizzie Leigh”
“ My Lady Ludlow”
“ The Moorland Cottage”
“ The Poor Clare”
“ Round the Sofa” Individual Short Stories and Novellas Works Works: Works:
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