Baker, Ernest A. "Some Women Novelists." In The History of the English Novel, Volume 10: Yesterday, pp. 199-243. London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1939.
Argues that the female novelists of the nineteenth century may appropriately be studied as a group because of their common, "distinctively feminine," sensibility, although the critic concedes it would be "absurd" to do the same with the era's male authors.
Bushneil, Nelson S. "Susan Ferrier's Marriage as Novel of Manners." In Studies in Scottish Literature V (July 1967-April 1968): 216-28.
Discusses how Ferrier's 1818 novel of...
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