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The autobiography of Mrs. Oliphant

Margaret Oliphant

The autobiography of Mrs. Oliphant

by Margaret Oliphant

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oliphant, Mrs. 1828-1897.,
  • Oliphant, Mrs. 1828-1897 -- Correspondence.,
  • Novelists, Scottish -- 19th century -- Correspondence.,
  • Novelists, Scottish -- 19th century -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMrs. Oliphant, the autobiography.
    Statementarranged and edited by Mrs. Harry Coghill ; with a new foreword by Laurie Langbauer.
    ContributionsCoghill, Harry, Mrs., d. 1907.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5114 .A3 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 161 p. :
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2402932M
    ISBN 100226626512
    LC Control Number87033280

    - Autobiography and Letters by Margaret Oliphant, Mrs Harry Coghill (Annie Louisa Walker), Blackwood and Sons, - The Autobiography of Margaret Oliphant, The Complete Text by Margaret Oliphant, edited by Elisabeth Jay, Oxford University Press, (includes previously omitted material). Appendix Eight: The extinction of Mrs Oliphant, Items APAP90 Appendix Nine: References to Mrs Oliphant in Encyclopaedias and Histories of Literature, – Items APAP Appendix Ten: Brief References to Mrs Oliphant in Recent Books .

    LONDON, Feb. 3. -- Mrs. Oliphant's "Autobiography and Letters" will be published in the Spring, and by the Blackwoods, a house with which she had a lifelong association and whose history she wrote. Mrs Coghill published The Trial of Mary Broom; a Staffordshire Story, a sixth novel, in Harry Coghill died in In , Mrs Coghill served as the editor of her second cousin's autobiography, Autobiography and Letters of Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. She died 7 July in Bath, England. References.

    Mrs. Coghill's memoir of Mrs. Oliphant may be divided into two parts. In some pages appears an autobiography, say from to , and in a measure fragmentary.   A Scottish novelist and historical writer, who usually wrote as Mrs. Oliphant. Her fictional works encompass "domestic realism, the historical novel and tales of the supernatural" ().


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Margaret Oliphant, one of the most prolific writers of the Victorian era (she wrote, if I am correct, over 90 novels), approaches the writing of her autobiography in an almost modern, stream-of-consciousness way.

Interspersed between more typical chronological narration are diary-like entries in which she lets her emotions shine through/5. This book is an absolute swindle. Most of the book is missing, so that you get only the first 40 pp of the autobiography,and none of the letters.

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[] "Mrs Oliphant's contributions to 'Blackwood's magazine'": p. []Pages:   This Second Edition is virtually identical to the first edition of the Autobiography and Letters of Mrs MOW Oliphant, published earlier the same year. (Note, the later Third Edition was abridged.) In a new edition of the Autobiography was published including many passages earlier omitted, though it does not include the Letters.

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Her second cousin, Anna Louisa Walker Coghill (), an English and Canadian teacher and author, edited Mrs. Oliphant's autobiography. show more/5(30).Margaret Oliphant is one of the great Victorian novelists and "Hester" is a masterpiece of psychological realism published in In exploring the difficulty of understanding human nature, it is also a compulsive story of financial and sexual .Oliphant never published under her maiden name of Wilson, though four of her early novels were published under the name of her brother, William Wilson.

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