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Grant Allen

(1848—1899) writer on science and novelist

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Cornhill Magazine

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1860–1975),

a literary periodical, began with Thackeray as editor and specialized in the serialization of novels. Trollope's Framley Parsonage was succeeded by the novels of,...

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Edward Clodd

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(1840–1930).

By profession a banker, he was an excellent example of the part-time Victorian folklorist: widely read, articulate, and intelligent, making major contributions to the...

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Fortnightly Review

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — Philosophy.

(1865–1934),

a positivist and anti‐orthodox literary periodical. G. H. Lewes, the first editor, was succeeded by John Morley. Almost all numbers ran a serialized novel; the first...

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Longman's Magazine

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(1882–1905),

a family magazine, a successor to Fraser's, published short stories and serialized novels, poetry, and reviews. Contributors included A. Dobson, G. Allen, Kipling, Mrs...

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Mystery Story

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General term applied to fiction whose objective is the solution of an enigma, but that is as various as the Gothic romance, which is a tale of horror, and the detective story, which is...

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New Woman

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A term used to describe a new generation of active women, who believed in women's suffrage, equal educational opportunities for women, sexual independence, and what they called rational...

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