The Governess in Nineteenth-Century Literature

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Jane AustenEmma (novel) 1815

Anne BrontëAgnes Grey (novel) 1847

Charlotte BrontëJane Eyre (novel) 1847Shirley (novel) 1849Villette (novel) 1853

Wilkie CollinsNo Name (novel) 1862Armadale (novel) 1866

Elizabeth GaskellWives and Daughters (novel) 1866

Henry JamesThe Turn of the Screw (novella) 1898

Sheridan Le...

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Jane Austen
Emma (novel) 1815

Anne Brontë
Agnes Grey (novel) 1847

Charlotte Brontë
Jane Eyre (novel) 1847
Shirley (novel) 1849
Villette (novel) 1853

Wilkie Collins
No Name (novel) 1862
Armadale (novel) 1866

Elizabeth Gaskell
Wives and Daughters (novel) 1866

Henry James
The Turn of the Screw (novella) 1898

Sheridan Le Fanu
Uncle Silas (novel) 1864
A Lost Name (novel) 1868

Elizabeth Sewell
Amy Herbert 2 vols. (novel) 1844

William Thackeray
The Book of Snobs (novel) 1847
Vanity Fair (novel) 1848
The Newcomes (novel) 1855

Anthony Trollope
Barchester Towers (novel) 1857
The Eustace Diamonds (novel) 1873

Ellen (“Nellie”) Weeton
Miss Weeton—Journal of a Governess, edited by Edward Hall (journal) 1936

Mrs. Henry Wood
East Lynne (novel) 1861

Charlotte Yonge
The Daisy Chain; or, Aspirations: A Family Chronicle (novel) 1856

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