Millicent Bell

Millicent Bell is Professor of English Emerita at Boston University. She is the author of Meaning in Henry James and the editor of The Cambridge Companion to Edith Wharton. (May 1998)

Victoria’s Secrets

Victoria’s Secrets

Other Powers: The Age of Suffrage, Spiritualism, and the Scandalous Victoria Woodhull

by Barbara Goldsmith

Notorious Victoria

by Mary Gabriel

May 14, 1998 issue

George Eliot, Radical

George Eliot, Voice of a Century: A Biography

by Frederick R Karl

The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Fiction

by Rosemarie Bodenheimer

April 18, 1996 issue

Dangerous Women

The Brontës

by Juliet Barker

Charlotte Brontë: A Passionate Life

by Lyndall Gordon

The Letters of Charlotte Brontë

edited by Margaret Smith

November 2, 1995 issue

‘The Margaret Ghost’

The Letters of Margaret Fuller

1817-1850, in six volumes edited by Robert N. Hudspeth

Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller

by Joan Von Mehren

Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, Volume I: The Private Years

by Charles Capper

These Sad But Glorious Days: Dispatches from Europe, 1846-1850

by Margaret Fuller, edited by Larry J. Reynolds and Susan Belasco Smith

Margaret Fuller's New York Journalism: A Biographical Essay and Key Writings

edited by Catherine C. Mitchell

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February 2, 1995 issue

What Henry Knew

The Complete Notebooks of Henry James

edited with introductions and notes by Leon Edel and Lyall H. Powers

November 5, 1987 issue



Charlotte Perkins Gilman: The Making of a Radical Feminist, 1860-1896

by Mary A. Hill

April 17, 1980 issue

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