Mrs. Humphry Ward: Eminent Victorian, Pre-Eminent Edwardian

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • 1- The Girlhood of Mary Arnold: 1851-1860 1
  • 2- Schooldays: 1860-1867 17
  • 3- Oxford: 1867-1871 30
  • 4- Stabs at Fiction: 1867-1871 37
  • 5- Marriage: 1870-1872 43
  • 6- Marriage and Oxford: 1872-1878 57
  • 7- Fighting Back: 1878-1880 71
  • 8- London: 1881-1886 83
  • 9- The Right Book: 1883-1884 97
  • 10- The Elsmere Ordeal: 1884-1888 106
  • 11- Elsmere Mania: 1888 125
  • 12- The Fiction Machine: 1890-1900 132
  • 13- Families--The Arnolds: 1890-1900 160
  • 14- Families--The Wards: 1890-1900 173
  • 15- Homes: 1888-1900 184
  • 16- Respectable Genius: 1890-1900 191
  • 17- Health: 1890-1900 203
  • 18- The Passmore Edwards Settlement: 1892-1900 215
  • 19- Eleanor: 1900 230
  • 20- Best-Selling Novelist, Failed Dramatist: 1901-1905 238
  • 21- Family Matters: 1900-1905 247
  • 22- Mid-Edwardian: 1906 260
  • 23- The Testing of Diana Mallory: 1907 277
  • 25- Anti-Suffragist: 1909 301
  • 26- Arnold Ward, Mp: 1910-1911 310
  • 27- Calamities: 1912-1914 319
  • 28- The Wards and War: 1914-1916 338
  • 29- Soldier in Skirts: 1916-1917 350
  • 30- The End: 1918-1920 368
  • Notes 378
  • A Chronology of Mary Ward 409
  • Select Bibliography 420
  • Index 423
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