Constance Howell

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Constance Howell was a novelist and socialist.

Like many contemporary political novelists like Clementina Black and Margaret Harkness, Howell's novels sometimes suffered from political critique.[1] A More Excellent Way (1888) was reviewed harshly in The Spectator.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Hapgood, Lynne. "The Novel and Political Agency: Socialism and the Work of Margaret Harkness, Constance Howell and Clementina Black: 1888–1896". Literature & History. 5: 37–52 – via Sage. 
  2. ^ "A More Excellent Way, by Constance Howell (Sonnenschein), is so » 6 Oct 1888 » The Spectator Archive". The Spectator Archive. Retrieved 2018-03-09. 
  3. ^ "A More Excellent Way. In two books. by Constance Howell «  1893". 1893.rutgers.edu. Retrieved 2018-03-09. 


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