Bloom, Abigail B. Nineteenth-century British Women Writers: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Greenwood Press, 2000. ISBN 978-0-313-30439-2. entries for over 90 British women writers of the nineteenth century; Bloom, Harold, ed. British Women Fiction Writers of the 19th Century. Chelsea House, 1998. Bloom, Harold, ed. Caribbean Women Writers. Chelsea House, 1997.
The Bibliography of English Women Writers 1500-1640 has evolved into a still-growing list of scholarship about 738 recovered writers and located texts, canonical and non-canonical. It identifies many hitherto unknown writers, including among them not only already familiar figures, but also women refugees such as the recusants, women in the colonies, Marrano women (Anusot).
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.Throughout history, there have been many British women writers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great British female writers such as J. K. Rowling, Joan Collins, Jane Austen, Julie Andrews, Agatha Christie.Women Writers and the Survey of English Literature: A Proposal and Annotated Bibliography for Teachers If feminist scholarship and criticism are to change the way our students think about literature, then these studies must influence the curriculum at all levels of instruction. Unfortunately, such fundamental change is slow in coming.
Works by Women and Anonymous Writers from 1770-1830 in the Rare Book Collection of Van Pelt Library. A bibliography compiled by Judith Pascoe. A bibliography compiled by Judith Pascoe. New Books in Nineteenth-Century British Studies.Read More
Christina Rossetti, one of the most important of English women poets both in range and quality. She excelled in works of fantasy, in poems for children, and in religious poetry. Christina was the youngest child of Gabriele Rossetti and was the sister of the painter-poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti. In.Read More
Encyclopedia of British Women Writers (Paul Schlueter and June Schlueter). This far-reaching examination of women writers identified with Great Britain builds on its predecessor's strengths, with 50 percent new material and completely updated entries. Each entry includes a definitive bibliography of the writer and a thorough secondary.Read More
This volume, consisting of some 6000 entries of volumes of poetry, miscellanies, and memoirs, re-establishes the record of women poets, famous and obcure. It indicates their place in the literary marketplace, and refers users to sources where they can locate the works for further study. An introduction presents some demographic information on writers, indicates their place in literary history.Read More
Poetry by Women to 1900: A Bibliography of American and British Writersis the second volume in a series designed to make accessible literary works by well known and neglected writers in order to re-establish the range and variety of books published by women from 1475-1900.Other volumes in the series cover personal writing, drama, short fiction, long fiction, and juvenile literature.Read More
Indian Women Writers in English are victims of a second prejudice vis-a-vis their regional counterpart’s. Proficiency in English is available only to writers of the intelligent, affluent and educated classes. Writer’s works are often therefore,belong to high social strata and cut off from the.Read More
A bibliography of current studies in 18th-c. French-language literature. Bibliography of Regency Romances (Catherine Decker, UCR) Publication information on several hundred recent romance novels set in the Regency. Bibliography of Works on Romantic Drama and British Women Playwrights (British Women Playwrights around 1800).Read More
English. Published London: Cambridge University Press, 1974 More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 1 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.Read More
Biography, bibliography, images, and other online resources about the early modern woman writer, Lady Mary Wroth, who wrote the first original prose fiction in English -- The Countess of Montgomery's Urania.Read More
In A Literature of Their Own, Elaine Showalter shows how women's literature has evolved, starting from the Victorian period to modern writing.She breaks down the movement into three stages — the Feminine, a period beginning with the use of the male pseudonym in the 1840s until 1880 with George Eliot's death; the Feminist, from 1880 till the winning of the vote in 1920; and the Female, from.Read More