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The Selected Letters of Caroline Norton

1st Edition

Edited by Ross Nelson, Marie Mulvey-Roberts

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836 pages

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Description

As the first nineteenth century woman to successfully campaign for women’s rights legislation, Caroline Norton has been comparatively neglected and under-researched. There is, however, a current and growing interest in her life and work. This is a new three volume collection of the correspondence of Caroline Norton. The collection includes over 750 of her letters and also includes an introduction and five commentaries by the editor, contextualising and embedding Caroline’s literary and political achievements within the narrative of her letters.

Table of Contents

Volume I

Acknowledgements

Editorial Standards and Practices

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

Chapter 1: 28 July 1828 – 29 December 1835

Index of Letters

Letters from 28 July 1828 to 29 December 1835

Bibliography

Chapter 2: [3] January [1836] – [26 December 1836]

Index of Letters

Letters from [3] January [1836] to [26 December 1836]

Bibliography

Chapter 3: 1 January 1837 – 31 December 1837

Index of Letters

Letters from 1 January 1837 to 31 December 1837

Bibliography

Volume II

Chapter 4: [13 January 1838] – 13 December 1847

Index of Letters

Letters from [13 January 1838] to 13 December 1847

Bibliography

Chapter 5: 12 January 1848 – 25 November 1857

Index of Letters

Letters from 12 January 1848 to 25 November 1857

Bibliography

Volume III

Chapter 6: 19 February [1858] – 20 December 1867

Index of Letters

Letters from 19 February [1858] to 20 December 1867

Bibliography

Chapter 7: 7 January 1868 – [10 June 1877]

Index of Letters

Letters from 7 January 1868 to [10 June 1877]

Bibliography

Biographical Index

Index

About the Editors

Ross Belsonis a lecturer in English Literature and Modern History at CATS College, London, UK.

Marie Mulvey-Roberts is Professor of English Literature at the University of the West of England, UK.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LIT000000
LITERARY CRITICISM / General
LIT004290
LITERARY CRITICISM / Women Authors