- Title Pages
- 1 Works, righteousness, philanthropy, and the market in the novels of Charlotte Riddell
- 2 ‘She’s nothin’ but a shadda’: the politics of marriage in late Mulholland
- 3 Nature, education, and liberty in The Book of Gilly by Emily Lawless
- 4 Girls with ‘go’: female homosociality in L. T. Meade’s schoolgirl novels
- 5 ‘Breaking away’: Beatrice Grimshaw and the commercial woman writer
- 6 Women, ambition, and the city, 1890–1910
- 7 ‘An Irish problem’: bilingual manoeuvres in the work of Somerville and Ross
- 8 ‘A bad master’: religion, Jacobitism, and the politics of representation in Lady Gregory’s The White Cockade
- 9 ‘Old wine in new bottles’?: Katharine Tynan, Lord Edward Fitzgerald, and George Wyndham
- 10 ‘The blind side of the heart’: Protestants, politics, and patriarchy in the novels of F. E. Crichton
- 11 ‘The Red Sunrise’: gender, violence, and nation in Ella Young’s vision of a new Ireland
- 12 Liberté, égalité, sororité: the poetics of suffrage in the work of Eva Gore-Booth and Constance Markievicz
- Irish Women'S Writing, 1878-1922
- Manchester University Press
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