Lady Audley's Secret


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  2. ^ a b c John Sutherland. "Braddon" in The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction, 1989.
  3. ^ Elaine Showalter (1982). Literature of Their Own: British Women Novelists from Brontė to Lessing
  4. ^ a b c d e f Summerscale, Kate (2008). The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, Or the murder at Road Hill House. Bloomsbury. ISBN 978-0-7475-8215-1. . Ppg. 217-18
  5. ^ History of Ingatestone, Essex
  6. ^ See Jennifer M. Woolston's "Lady Audley as the Cunning 'Other': An Economic, Sexual, and Criminal Attack on the Victorian Patriarchal Mindset", English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) Online, Vol. 5 (Fall 2008). [1]
  7. ^ G. C. Boase, Megan A. Stephan, "Hazlewood, Colin Henry (1823–1875)", rev. Megan A. Stephan, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (accessed 3 December 2011)
  8. ^ Introduction to the Dover Edition by Norman Donaldson: Lady Audley's Secret (1974)
  9. ^ Barnes, Clive (4 October 1972). The Stage: 'Lady Audley'; Victorian Musical Is at Eastside Playhouse, The New York Times, Retrieved December 1, 2010 (debuted at Eastdale Playhouse in New York City on October 3, 1972)
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Further reading
  • Beller, Anne-Marie (2012). Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Companion to the Mystery Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-3667-5. 
  • Cvetkovich, Ann (1992). Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture and Victorian Sensationalism. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 978-0813518572. 
  • Diamond, Michael (2003). Victorian Sensation. London: Anthem. pp. 197–208. ISBN 1-84331-150-X. 
  • King, Andrew (2002). "Sympathy as Subversion? Reading Lady Audley's Secret in the Kitchen". Journal of Victorian Culture 7 (1): 60–85. doi:10.3366/jvc.2002.7.1.60. 
  • Nemesvari, Richard (1995). "Robert Audley's secret: male homosocial desire in Lady Audley's Secret". Studies in the Novel. XXVII: 515–528. JSTOR 29533089. 
  • Tilley, Elizabeth (1995). "Gender and role-playing in Lady Audley's Secret". In Valeria Tinkler-Villani & Peter Davidson, with Jane Stevenson. Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Amsterdam: Rodopi. pp. 197–204. ISBN 9789051838329. 
  • Wolff, Robert Lee (1979). Nineteenth-Century Fiction: a Bibliographical Catalogue. New York: Garland. 
  • Woolston, Jennifer M. (2008). "Lady Audley as the cunning 'other': an economic, sexual, and criminal attack on the Victorian patriarchal mindset". English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) Online 5

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