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311. Lesley Blanch, Under a Lilac-Bleeding Star. Travels and Travellers. London: John Murray, 1963.
312. Matthew J. Bruccoli, The Fortunes of Mitchell Kennerley, Bookman. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986.
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314. Diva Daims and Janet Grimes, ed., Towards a Feminist Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography of Novels in English by Women 1891-1920. New York, London: Garland, 1982.
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317. Patricia King Hanson et al., eds, American Film Institute Catalog. In progress. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988—.
318. Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confessions. 2 vols. New York: the Author, 1918.
319. Wendell V. Harris, British Short Fiction in the Nineteenth Century: A Literary and Bibliographic Guide. Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State University Press, 1979.
320. Mark Samuels Lasner, The Yellow Book: A Checklist and Index. Fondon: Eighteen Nineties Society, 1998.
321. Edward S. Fauterbach and W. Eugene David, The Transitional Age: British Literature 1880-1920. Troy, NY: Whitston, 1973.
322. Rachael Low, The History of the British Film 1914-1918. Vol. 3 of Rachael Low and Roger Manvell, The History of the British Film. 4 vols, London: George Allen and Unwin, 1973.
323. MaryJoy Martin, Suicide Legends, Homicide Rumors: The Griffin Mystery. Montrose, Colorado: Spes in Deo Publications, 1986.
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325. Jane Eldridge Miller, Rebel Women: Feminism, Modernism and the Edwardian Novel. London: Virago, 1994.
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329. Otto Rothfield, Indian Dust. Oxford: Alden, 1909
330. Bhupal Singh, A Survey of Anglo-Indian Fiction. London: Oxford University, 1934. [He makes an intriguing but baffling reference to “Victoria Crosse, In One’s Heart”. I have not succeeded in tracing any Indian editions of Victoria Cross’s novels, but some may exist, and could have been re-titled.]
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