Cover title: Harmsworth magazine (London magazine), indexes to fiction.
|Other titles||London magazine., Harmsworth magazine (London magazine), indexes to fiction.|
|Statement||compiled by Sue Thomas.|
|Series||Victorian fiction research guides,, 10|
|LC Classifications||Z2014.F4 T457 1984, PR871 T457 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||85195744|
Indexes to fiction in the Harmsworth magazine, later the London magazine () compiled by Sue Thomas （Victorian fiction research guides, 10） Dept. of English, University of Queensland, c Indexes to fiction in The Harmsworth Magazine, later The London Magazine () By Sue Thomas Topics: English fiction -- 20th century -- Bibliography, Series 2 5 Indexes to Fiction in The Lady's Realm 6 Mary Cholmondeley 7 Indexes to Fiction in Tinsley's Magazine, later The Novel Review () 8 Frances Cashel Hoey Series 3 9 Indexes to Fiction in Pall Mall Magazine () 10 Indexes to Fiction in The Harmsworth Magazine, later The London Magazine () 11 Margaret Indexes to fiction in the Harmsworth magazine, later the London magazine () compiled by Sue Thomas Dept. of English, University of Queensland c Victorian fiction research guides 10 pbk. 所蔵
London, Not seen: general book on the magazine, with an index by E. Alan Barker. The Daily Mail Fiction Index: - by Richard Simms. An index to the fiction published in The Daily Mail from to , available on the web at Dime Harmsworth Magazine (London Magazine): Indexes to Fiction (Victorian Fiction Research Guides #10; ), by Sue Thomas (HTML at Victorian Fiction Research Guides) Filed under: English fiction -- 20th century -- History and ?type=lcsubc&key=English fiction. The Jane Austen Society of North America is dedicated to the enjoyment and appreciation of Jane Austen and her writing. JASNA is a nonprofit organization, staffed by volunteers, whose mission is to foster among the widest number of readers the study, appreciation, and understanding of Jane Austen’s works, her life, and her Regular fiction slot (sometimes more than one story). First issue featured "The Staircase" Hugh Walpole and "The Central Figure" H.R. Wakefield. Authors include Lord Dunsany, John Collier, Dorothy L. Sayers ("The Cyprian Cat" May), Martin Armstrong, Evelyn Waugh. Much weird fiction until , which was then phased
From medieval princesses and nomadic warriors to Hungarian football and the Falklands War, 's best history books have tackled a mind-boggling array of topics and timeframes. BBC History Magazine asked a panel of historians to nominate their favourite historical page Later, still under the directorship of Newman Flower, Cassell’s sold Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction, along with its other magazine interests, in In the Edwardian period Cassell’s Magazine editors certainly encouraged the staples of popular periodical fiction – direct narrative, suspense and relatively uncomplicated Three years later, in May of , The Star absorbed the short-lived Echo and London Evening Chronicle. Over the ensuing four months the newly merged paper bore the full title The Star and Echo, until the following August when it was once again known simply as The Wills -- England -- Sussex -- Indexes. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Wills -- England -- Sussex; Indexes; Filed under: Wills -- England -- Sussex -- Indexes Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes in the Bishopric of Chichester, Together with Those in the Archbishop of Canterbury's Peculiar Jurisdiction of South Malling and the ?type=lcsubc&key=Wills.