"Isola or The Disinherited. A Drama"

Title"Isola or The Disinherited. A Drama"
Year for Search1902
AuthorsDixie, Lady Florence [Caroline](1855-1905)
Tertiary AuthorsDixie, Lady Florence [Caroline](1855-1905)
Secondary TitleYoung Oxford
Volume / Edition 3.36 - 4.41
Pagination438-50; 3-10; 43-48; 85-91; 127-33; 165-72
Date PublishedSeptember 1902 - February 1903
KeywordsFemale author, Scottish author
Annotation

Play with much adventure and romance primarily designed to critique the treatment of women by both church and state. Said to have been written many years ago (a “First Preface” is dated 1877). Ends with a brief presentation of the eutopia of peace and plenty that results.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as Isola; or, the Disinherited. A Revolt for Woman and all the disinherited. With Remarks thereon by George Jacob Holyoake, Esq. London: The Leadenhall Press. [1903].

Info Notes

There is a letter in 4.42 (March 1903): 240-41 from the author about pirated editions of her works in the U. S., including “Isola”.

Holding Institutions

CtY, L, O

Author Note

Scottish female author (1855-1905).

Full Text

1902-03 Dixie, Lady Florence [Caroline] (1855-1905). “Isola or The Disinherited. A Drama.” Young Oxford 3.36 - 4.41 (September 1902 - February 1903): 438-50; 3-10; 43-48; 85-91; 127-33; 165-72. There is a letter in 4.42 (March 1903): 240-41 from the author about pirated editions of her works in the U. S., including “Isola”. Rpt. as Isola; or, the Disinherited. A Revolt for Woman and all the disinherited. With Remarks thereon by George Jacob Holyoake, Esq. London: The Leadenhall Press. [1903]. CtY, L, O

Play with much adventure and romance primarily designed to critique the treatment of women by both church and state. Said to have been written many years ago (a “First Preface” is dated 1877). Ends with a brief presentation of the eutopia of peace and plenty that results. Scottish female author.