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Michael Field

(1846—1914)


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(1846–1914)

and her niece Edith Cooper (1862–1913). Bradley, born in Birmingham and educated at Newnham College, Cambridge, became deeply attached to her invalid sister's daughter Edith; they shared their lives and studied and travelled widely. Together they adopted the name of Michael Field with the publication of Callirrho, and Fair Rosamund (1884). They produced more than twenty volumes of verse drama and poetry.

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