199. c. seventy letters, Sadleir Collection, University of California, Los Angeles.
200. The following books have one-volume editions in Heinemanns “Colonial Library of Popular Fiction” Ideala, The Beth Book, Our Manifold Nature. [and see item 13]
Critical articles and books
Bjorhovde, Gerd. Rebellious Structures: Women writers and the crisis of the novel 1880 – 1900. Oslo: Norwegian University Press, 1987.
Bonnell, Marilyn. “The Legacy of Sarah Grand’s The Heavenly Twins: A Review Essay.” English Literature in Transition 36:4 (1993), 467-78.
Caine, Barbara. English Feminism 1780 – 1980. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.
Doughty, Terri. “Sarah Grand’s The Beth Book: The New Woman and the Ideology of the Romance Ending.” In Anxious Power: Reading, Writing and Ambivalence in Narrative by Women, edited by Carol Singly and Susan Sweeny. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993.
Flint, Kate. The Woman Reader, 1837-1914. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993
Gorsky, Susan. “The Art of Politics: The Feminist Fiction of Sarah Grand.” Journal of Women’s Studies in Literature 1 (1979): 286-300.
Jordan, Ellen. “The Christening of the New Woman.” Victorian Newsletter (Spring 1983): 19-21.
Kersley, Gillian, Darling Madame: Sarah Grand and devoted friend. London: Virago Press, 1983.
Kranidis, Rita. Subversive Discourse: The Cultural Production of Late Victorian Feminist Novels. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995.
Kucich, John. The Power of Lies: Transgression in Victorian Fiction. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994.
— “Curious Dualities: The Heavenly Twins (1893) and Sarah Grand’s Belated Modernist Aesthetics.” In The New Nineteenth Century: Feminist Readings of Underread Victorian Fiction, edited by Barbara Leah Harman and Susan Meyer, 195-204. New York: Garland Press. 1996.
Ledger, Sally. “The New Woman and the Crisis of Victorianism.” In Cultural Politics at the Fin-de-Siecle, edited by Sally Ledger and Scott McCracken, 22-44. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
— The New Woman: Fiction and feminism at the fin de siècle. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1997.
Mangum, Teresa. “Style Wars of the 1890s: The New Woman and the Decadent.” In Transforming Genres: New approaches to British fiction of the 1890s, edited by Nikki Lee Manos and Meri-Jane Rochelson. 47-66. New York: St Martin’s Press, 1994.
— Married, Middlebrow, and Militant: Sarah Grand and the New Woman Novel Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998.
Pykett, Lyn. The ‘Improper’ Feminine: The women’s sensation novel and the New Woman writing. London: Routledge, 1992.
Stubbs, Patricia. Women and Fiction: Feminism and the Novel 1880-1920. London: Methuen, 1981.
Tusan, Michelle. “Inventing the New Woman: Print Culture and Identity Politics during the Fin-de-Siecle.” Victorian Periodicals Review 31:2 (1998), 169-182.
Articles about Sarah Grand from Gillian Kersley’s bibliography in Darling Madame (cross-checked with Huddleston’s bibliog.)
Caird, Mona. The Morality of Marriage And Other Essays On The Status And Destiny of Women. London: George Redway, 1897.
Camden Pratt, A.T. (ed.). People of the Period. London: Neville Beeman, 1897.
Forbes, Athol. “Impressions of Sarah Grand.” The Lady’s World, June 1900.
Layard, G.S. Mrs Lynn Linton, Her Life, Letters and Opinions. London: Methuen, 1901.
Lister, S.P. Sarah Grand and the Late Victorian Feminist Novel. MS, Manchester Polytechnic, 1977.
Macarthur, J. “Notes Of A Bookman.” Harper’s Weekly, 2 November 1901.
McFall, Haldane. “Sarah Grand.” The Biographist and Review, 1902.
Mott, F.L. Golden Multitudes: The Story Of Best Sellers In The United States. New York: Macmillan, 1947.
“Novelists of Today – Madame Sarah Grand.” Warrington Press, 3 May 1901.
Stutfield, H.E.M. “The Psychology of Feminism.” Blackwood’s Magazine, January 1897.