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📒Sunshine For 1874 ✍ William Meynell Whittemore
✏Sunshine for 1874 Book Summary :
✏Forty Fourth Meeting Held At Belfast In August 1874 Book Summary :
📒Victorian Bestseller ✍ Karen Bourrier
✏Victorian Bestseller Book Summary : When novelist Dinah Craik (1826–87) died, expressions of grief came from Lord Alfred Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, Robert Browning, T.H. Huxley, and James Russell Lowell, among others, and even Queen Victoria picked up her pen to offer her consolation to the widower. Despite Craik’s enormous popularity throughout a literary career that spanned forty years, she is now all but forgotten. Yet, in an otherwise respectable life bookended by scandal, this was precisely the way that she wanted it. Victorian Bestseller is the first book to relate the story of Dinah Craik’s remarkable life. Combining extensive archival work with theoretical work in disability studies and the professionalization of women’s authorship, Karen Bourrier engagingly traces the contours of this author’s life. Craik, who wrote extensively about disability in her work, was no stranger to it in her personal and professional life, marked by experiences of mental and physical disability, and the ebb and flow of health. Following scholarship in the ethics of care and disability studies, the book posits Craik as an interdependent subject, placing her within a network of writers, publishers, editors and artists, friends, and family members. Victorian Bestseller also traces the conditions in the material history of the book that allowed Victorian women writers’ careers to flourish. In doing so, the biography connects corporeality, gender, and the material history of the book to the professionalization of Victorian women’s authorship.
📒Sunshine And Storm In The East ✍ Annie Brassey
✏Sunshine and Storm in the East Book Summary : A popular account of two voyages to Constantinople in a steam yacht, describing exotic locations and domestic life.
📒Observations Of The Transit Of Venus December 8 9 1874 Made And Reduced Under The Direction Of The Commission Created By Congress ✍ United States. Commission on the Transit of Venus, 1874
✏Author : United States. Commission on the Transit of Venus, 1874
✏Release Date : 1880
✏Pages : 149
✏ISBN : UOM:39015043520629
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Observations of the Transit of Venus December 8 9 1874 Made and Reduced Under the Direction of the Commission Created by Congress Book Summary :
📒Through Sunshine And Shadow ✍ Sharon Anne Cook
✏Through Sunshine and Shadow Book Summary : The Ontario Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) quickly evolved from an organization established to eradicate the consumption of alcohol to become concerned with broader social problems. Sharon Cook shows that the WCTU nurtured a distinct feminist culture that promoted the family, children, and an important public role for women.
📒Merchant Vessels Of The United States ✍ United States. Bureau of Customs
✏Merchant Vessels of the United States Book Summary :
📒American Art Analog 1842 1874 ✍ Michael David Zellman
✏American Art Analog 1842 1874 Book Summary :
📒Complete Stories 1874 1884 ✍ Henry James
✏Complete Stories 1874 1884 Book Summary : Gathers nineteen stories, including "Daisy Miller," "An International Episode," "Lady Barberina," "The Siege of London," "A Bundle of Letters," and "Professor Fargo"
📒The Nautical Magazine For 1874 ✍ Various authors
✏The Nautical Magazine for 1874 Book Summary : The 1874 Nautical Magazine includes legal reports, shipbuilding statistics and strong criticism of proposals for government safety regulations on shipping.