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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Victorian_women_writers

This category contains female writers active in the United Kingdom and the British Empire during the Victorian era (the reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to ...

www.victorian-era.org/famous-female-writers-of-victorian-era.html

Names of Victorian Era Famous Female Writers:Women Poets,Authors,Novelists. ... wrote over 800 poems, most of which were published posthumously. She is ... This novel is loosely based on her childhood experiences with her three sisters.

literarism.blogspot.com/2011/04/women-writers-in-victorian-age.html

Apr 11, 2011 ... The Victorian age produced quite a large number of woman writers of verse. The greatest of these were Mrs. Elizabeth Barret Browning and ...

library.duke.edu/exhibits/britishwriters/index.html

Jan 28, 2010 ... This was also the era of the professional woman writer, a time in which ... press to three-volume bound editions, gift books, pamphlets, letters, and diaries. ... of nineteenth-century women, featuring Victorian writers who were ...

library.duke.edu/exhibits/britishwriters/novelistsandpoets.html

Dec 14, 2009 ... The list of pivotal nineteenth-century female novelists and poets is long. ... During the Victorian era, novels were often published in installments. ... Margaret Oliphant, who had to support her three children by her literary activity ...

www.routledgehistoricalresources.com/feminism/essays/feminism-and-literature-in-the-long-nineteenth-century

Aug 3, 2016 ... However unusual or atypical for their period, poetry, fiction, drama and life ... nineteenth century literature were courtship and marriage, the most urgent ... The work of all women writers in this period may be seen as in some way .... of controversy for feminist critics' (Beer 1986: 3), in that although she writes ...

www.the-criterion.com/V4/n1/Ameera.pdf

England' by the women writers of Victorian Age. ... until it was replaced by benevolence and humanitarianism, which were manifested in the reforms ... Page 3 ...

www.victorianweb.org/gender/womlitov.html

She breaks down the movement into three stages — the Feminine, a period ... of the reading public — still, women writers were left "metaphorically paralyzed.

cejsh.icm.edu.pl/cejsh/element/bwmeta1.element.desklight-a802dc07-faf5-45da-9cc1-144521e24803/c/17.pdf

century was the Age of the Female Novelist (Showalter, 1977, pp. 3-4). ... all the postions concerned with the writing, they were novelists, editors, publishers ... The Victorian period is traditionally divided into three phases: “»Early Victo-.