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_____. Miss Cayely’s Adventures (189)

_____. Hilda Wade (1900)

Broughton, Rhoda. Dear Faustina (1897)

Brooke, Emma. A Superfluous Woman (1894)

Caffyn, Mannington Kathleen (Iota). A Yellow Aster (1894)

Caird, Mona Alison. The Wings of Azrael (1889)

_____. The Daughters of Danaus (1894)

Cholmondeley Mary. Diana Tempest (1893)

_____. Red Pottage (1899)

_____. A Devotee: An Episode in the Life of a Butterfly (1897)

Clapperton, Jane Hume. Margaret Dunmore: or, A Socialist Home (1888)

Cross(e), Victoria (Annie Sophie Cory). The Woman Who Didn’t (the original title, Consummation,1895)

Dixie, Florence. Gloriana; Or, The Revolution of 1900 (1890)

Dixon, Ella Hepworth. The Story of a Modern Woman (1894)

Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Gallia (1895)

Egerton, George (Mary Chavelita Dunne Bright). Keynotes (1893)

_____. Discords (1894)

_____. The Wheel of God (1898)

Ford, Isabella. Miss Blake of Monkshalton (1890)

_____. On the Threshold (1895)

Gissing, George. The Odd Women (1893)

Grand, Sarah (Frances Elizabeth McFall). span class ="book">The Heavenly Twins (1893)

_____. The Beth Book (1897)

_____. Ideala (1888)

Hardy, Thomas. Jude the Obscure (1896)

Holdsworth, Annie. Joanna Traill, Spinster (1894)

_____. The Years That the Locust Hath Eaten (1895)

Levy, Amy. The Romance of a Shop (1888)

Meredith, George. Diana of Crossways (1885)

Pirkis, C.L. The Experience of Loveday Broodie, Lady Detective (1894)

Syrett, Netta. Nobody's Fault (1896)

Schreiner, Olive. The Story of an African Farm: A Novel (1883)

_____. Dreams (1890)


Burton, Emily. “The New Woman: Ideal and Reality”, Woman's Signal (30 April 1896)

Caird, Mona. The Morality of Marriage and other Essays on the Status and Destiny of Woman (1897)

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_____. “The New Woman and the Old”. Lady’s Realm (1898): 668–75.

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