The Library Window

The Library Window

by Margaret Oliphant

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Overview

Margaret Oliphant was a 19th century Scottish writer of historical fiction and supernatural tales.  Oliphant was a very prolific author, having written over 100 books throughout her career.  This edition of The Library Window includes a table of contents.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508015871
Publisher: Charles River Editors
Publication date: 03/22/2018
Sold by: PUBLISHDRIVE KFT
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 76
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Annmarie Drury is Associate Professor of English at Queens College, City University of New York; her other books include Translation as Transformation in Victorian Poetry (Cambridge UP, 2015).

Table of Contents

Introduction
  • Margaret Oliphant
  • The Library Window
  • A Note on the Text

The Library Window

In Context
  • from Sir David Brewster, Letters on Natural Magic, Addressed to Sir Walter Scott (1832)
    • from Letter 2
  • from Margaret Oliphant, “Scotland and Her Accusers” (1861)
  • from Margaret Oliphant, “The Sisters Brontë,” in Women Novelists of Queen Victoria’s Reign (1897)
  • from J.E. [Jane Ellen] Panton, A Gentlewoman’s Home: The Whole Art of Building, Furnishing, and Beautifying the Home (1896)
    • from Chapter 9, “Libraries”
  • from E.J. [Edward John] Tilt, On the Preservation of the Health of Women at the Critical Periods of Life (1851)
    • from Chapter 1, “On the Right Management of Young Women before the First Appearance of Menstruation”
  • from G. Stanley Hall, Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion and Education, vol. 2 (1904)
    • from Chapter 16, “Intellectual Development and Education”
  • from Margaret Oliphant, The Autobiography and Letters of Mrs. M.O.W. Oliphant (1899)
  • Images of Scottish Street Scenes and Interiors
  • Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine: January 1896

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