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I had a sister: A study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen epub

by Helen Ashton


I had a sister: A study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen epub

ISBN: 0848200268

ISBN13: 978-0848200268

Author: Helen Ashton

Category: History

Subcategory: Europe

Language: English

Publisher: Norwood Editions (1976)

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Born in Kensington, London, Helen Ashton was the daughter of Emma Burnie and Arthur Jacob Ashton, KC. .

Over 43 years she published 26 books, which included several literary biographies, such as I Had A Sister (written with Katharine Davies in 1937 - a study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel and Cassandra Austen), William and Dorothy (1938), and Parson Austen's Daughter (1949) amongst others. Her first major fictional success was Doctor Serocold (1930) in which she was able to draw upon her medical knowledge.

I Had a Sister : A Study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen. By (author) Helen Ashton. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Book 286 pages. Publication date 01 Jan 1976.

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Caroline Lucretia Herchel (1750-1848), Caroline Lucretia Herschel (1750-1848), Cassandra Austen (1773-1845), Dorothy Wordsworth (1771-1855), Mary Lamb (1764-1847).

I had a sister; a study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen. Edwards, Matilda B. B. Caroline Herschel, astronomer and mathematician. In her Six life studies of famous women. London, Griffith and Farran; New York, E. P. Dutton, 1880

I had a sister; a study of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen. London, Lovat Dickson, 1937. Dent, Elsie A. Caroline Herschel. Popular astronomy, v. 11, Mar. 1903: 123-129. Dutton, 1880.

Born in Kensington, London, Helen Ashton was the daughter of Emma . After her marriage, Ashton retired from medicine but continued to write.

She wrote her first novel in 1913, Pierrot In Town,. During World War I, she nursed as a VAD, and over the course of the war she wrote three novels.

Home Browse Books Book details, Prominent Sisters: Mary Lamb, Dorothy .

Home Browse Books Book details, Prominent Sisters: Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth,. Prominent Sisters: Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, and Sarah Disraeli. The first of these three women is Mary Lamb, sister of Charles Lamb, the famous theater critic, letter writer, essayist, and a friend or associate of nearly all the major authors and poets of his generation. Although historians have long recognized that his sister played a prominent role in her brother's life - as hostess of his celebrated Wednesday soirées, companion, and inspiration for several of his best-known works - they generally do not consider her as an important historical figure in her own right.

Helen Ashton, I Had a Sister, L. Dickson, 1937. Frances Wilson, The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth, Faber, 2008. Edward Young, Night Thoughts (poem), 1744-45.

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I Had A Sister: A Study Of Mary Lamb, Dorothy Wordsworth, Caroline Herschel, Cassandra Austen. Author: Helen and Davies, Katherine Ashton A New Honorific For Baroness Ashton And The Cultured Oxford Professor Returns.