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Fri Mar 21 17:11:13 2014 UTClccn-n841251740.00The correspondence of George Egerton /0.661.00Discords : by George Egerton [pseud.]35262867George_Egertonn 841251741220793Bright Dunne, Mary Chavelita 1859-1945Bright, Mary Chavelita, 1859-1945Bright, Mary Chavelita Dunne.Bright, Mary Chavelita Dunne, 1859-1945Clairmonte, Mary Chavelita.Clairmonte, Mary Chavelita, 1859-1945Dunn, Mary ChavelitaDunn, Mary Chavelita, 1859-1945Dunne, Chavelita, 1859-1945Dunne, Mary C. 1859-1945Dunne, Mary Chavelita.Dunne, Mary Chavelita, 1859-1945Dunne, Mary Chavelita Bright 1859-1945Dunne, Mary Chavelita Golding 1859-1945Golding Bright, Mary Chavelita, 1859-1945Golding Dunne, Mary Chavelita 1859-1945lccn-n79089334Hamsun, Knut1859-1952lccn-n83227407Grand, Sarahlccn-nr90023394Levy, Amy1861-1889lccn-n50061706Robins, Elizabeth1862-1952lccn-n2005027490Jusová, Iveta1966-lccn-n79038473Duse, Eleonora1858-1924lccn-n94013667Ledger, Sallyviaf-287712786Ramsden, Hermione Charlotte1867-trllccn-n84179007Leffler, Anne Charlotte1849-1892lccn-n79021916Skram, Amalie1846-1905Egerton, George1859-1945FictionRecords and correspondencePsychological fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcShort stories, EnglishHungerStarvationAuthorsUrban poorNorwayAuthors, NorwegianDepression, MentalGeniusNorway--OsloGreat BritainEgerton, George,International relationsEnglish fictionGrand, SarahFeminism and literatureEnglish fiction--Women authorsWomen and literatureEnglish-speaking countriesFeminist fiction, EnglishPolitical and social viewsColonies in literatureSex role in literatureLevy, Amy,Robins, Elizabeth,Imperialism in literatureManners and customsAustraliaShort stories, EnglishAuthors, EnglishWomenPoverty--Psychological aspectsDuse, Eleonora,Leffler, Anne Charlotte,League of NationsSkram, Amalie,LiteratureBashkirtseff, Marie,Kovalevskai︠a︡, S. V.--(Sofʹi︠a︡ Vasilʹevna),TheaterWomen as literary charactersNorwegian fictionPovertyWomen--PsychologyWomen authorsCaird, MonaSocial historyMinnesotaPoorWomen novelistsIreland--Millstreet (near Kanturk)1859194518901893189418951896189718981899190019011905190719081910191119121914192119251926193219341938194619491958196619751977197819821983199119931994199519961997200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132565102292839.8236PT8950.H3ocn000761123ocn002854721ocn001941394ocn551631007ocn586068705ocn044686470ocn044075178ocn823941220ocn864437793ocn05277884177627ocn712674935file18900.32Hamsun, KnutHungerFictionPsychological fictionA must-read for fans of modernist literature, Hunger is a literary tour de force that was influenced equally by Dostoyevsky and Zola but made new by author Knut Hamsun's unique creative approach. The novel details the descent into near-starvation of a young intellectual and the downward spiral of misadventures he encounters in the course of trying to find food+-+650469022632437549ocn003072993book18930.81Egerton, GeorgeKeynotesFiction13411ocn009847847book19830.70Egerton, GeorgeKeynotes : &, Discords12420ocn008482979book18940.86Egerton, GeorgeDiscords+-+K1593018961004ocn048154483book20020.90Egerton, GeorgeKeynotes ; and, DiscordsFictionShort stories, English+-+1474097546669ocn003444150book18970.86Egerton, GeorgeSymphonies+-+3592673905608ocn002198837book18980.86Egerton, GeorgeFantasias+-+9861943096381ocn001941394book19210.47Hamsun, KnutHunger, by Knut HamsunFiction385ocn005515137book19010.84Egerton, GeorgeRosa Amorosa : the love-letters of a woman219ocn013846338book18980.81Egerton, GeorgeThe wheel of God164ocn002200196book19050.73Egerton, GeorgeFlies in amber147ocn493724519book19580.88Egerton, GeorgeA leaf from the Yellow book; the correspondence of George Egerton [pseud.]Records and correspondence131ocn782067906book20110.95Egerton, GeorgeThe marriage of Mary AscensionFiction124ocn697724434com18940.73Egerton, GeorgeDiscords101ocn746955719file20050.47Victorian Short Stories: Stories of Courtship64ocn054196372book18941.00Egerton, GeorgeDiscords : by George Egerton [pseud.]51ocn851873450book1958Egerton, GeorgeThe correspondence of George Egerton41ocn631018673book19780.63Egerton, George WGreat Britain and the creation of the League of Nations : strategy, politics, and international organization, 1914-191941ocn837770954book20110.47George Egerton, The wheel of God (1898)44ocn776803963book1899Hamsun, Knut PedersenHunger. Translated ... by George Egerton2583ocn059223735book20050.84Jusová, IvetaThe new woman and the empireHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+30556796351692ocn001334939book19580.88Egerton, GeorgeA leaf from the Yellow book; the correspondence of George Egerton [pseud.]Records and correspondence582ocn002854721book18950.76Hansson, OlaYoung Ofeg's ditties373ocn004248822book18960.88Hansson-Marholm, LauraSix modern women psychological sketchesBiography334ocn003595578book18960.79Hansson-Marholm, LauraModern women311ocn002725762book19260.79Agate, JamesThe contemporary theatre, 1925Criticism, interpretation, etc173ocn264978634book19070.88Foerster, ErnstDie Frauenfrage in den Romanen Englischer Schriftstellerinnen der GegenwartCriticism, interpretation, etcA discussion of the portrayal of the women in selected works by the English writers George Egerton, Mona Caird, and Sarah Grand172ocn046720793book18960.73Hansson-Marholm, LauraModern women an English rendering of Laura Marholm Hansson's 'Das Buch der Frauen, 'BiographyHansson reviews the lives of six accomplished women and argues that feminine nature prevails even in the most accomplished women102ocn046724264book18960.76Hansson-Marholm, LauraDas Buch der Frauen zeitpsychologische PorträtsHistoryBiographySourcesSix portraits of famous and accomplished women - whose accomplishments interest Hansson insofar they illustrate their femininity. Basically conservative, Hansson sees their contributions to society and their successes only in light of an inner split which in the end drove most of them to dispair101ocn013106909book19070.81Foerster, ErnstDie Frauenfrage in den Romanen von George Egerton, Mona Caird, und Sarah GrandCriticism, interpretation, etc76ocn009767110book19820.95Stetz, Margaret D"George Egerton" : woman and writer of the eighteen-ninetiesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography52ocn693462855com18940.63Marholm, LeonhardKvindernes bog seks portraetter21ocn003455728book18960.92Hansson-Marholm, LauraModern women an English rendering of Laura Marholm Hansson's ʻDas Buch der Frauen' by Hermione Ramsden11ocn045455497book20001.00Leaker, Catherine JoanBreaking possibilities : the new woman novel and the failures of feminist fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn009190430book19820.47Prestwood, Melinda JoyThe achievement of George Egerton, feministCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn074029883book19070.88Foerster, ErnstDie Frauenfrage in den Romanen von George Egerton, Mona Caird und Sarah Grand (Beiträge zur englischen Literatur neuester Zeit). I. Teil. Inaugural-Dissertation... von Ernst FörsterHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcSources11ocn062332053book20040.47Wolstenholme, Laura JaySentimentalism in George Egerton's Keynotes and DiscordsCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn646006331mix0.47Alford, NormanNorman Alford fondsRecords and correspondenceThe fonds consists of correspondence and drafts of Alford's critical works, including his biography of George Egerton (Mrs. Mary Chavelita Bright), Alford's Ph.D. dissertation on the Rhymers' Club, drafts of works on Stephen Hudson (Sydney Schiff), George Eliot, Aldous Huxley and A. Bronson Alcott; notebooks and journals kept by Alford, with holograph notes on his works of fiction and autobiography as well as fragments of stories; drafts of Alford's novel "A Garden Enclosed", drafts of short stories; and drafts of Alford's autobiographical works "In Pursuit of Any Arse", "Time Exposure", and "Travelling Hopefully: A Simple Record of Unsentimental Journeys to the Okanagan and Thereabouts, 1977-1978", including photographs; and correspondence with Howard Gerwing (UVic SC Librarian), 1984-199011ocn070502553book19971.00Maier, Sarah ElizabethDionysian dominatrices the nineteenth-century decadents/ce of Alcott, Egerton, D'arcy and RachildeCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn660048007book20081.00Molidor, JenniferViolence, silence, and sacrifice : the mother-daughter relationship in the short fiction of Irish women writers, 1890-1980Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+6504690226324+-+6504690226324Fri Mar 21 15:26:04 EDT 2014batch23302