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The first person as far as I am aware to suggest that Charlotte may have borrowed her pseudonym from Miss Currer was 'the Hon. Whone noted the occurrence of Miss Currer's name among Institute members but did not outline any other relevant points in support of the connexion.
Adopting a surname as a first name was of course a convenient way of concealing a person's sex; after all, the choice of 'proper' Christian names that could have been used by men and women alike was severely limited.
Charlotte's Shirley was given this 'masculine cognomen' in default of heirs male, pioneering it as a first name for women; see E. On phrenology in Charlotte's novels, see Wilfred M. See Frank, A Chainless Soul, p.
Margot Peters's account of Arthur Bell Nicholls's successful attempt at vindicating Ireland, and his own Irish family, in the prejudiced Charlotte's eyes; Unquiet Soul: A Biography of Charlotte Bronte London,p. There are also many references to the Celtic origins of the Rev.
A Quaker and a supporter of women's rights, she was a friend of Mrs Gaskell 's.
Her husband William reviewed Shirley in favourable terms; see Miriam Allott ed. The Critical Heritage London,pp. Shortly afterwards, Mrs Gaskell wrote her initial letter to Charlotte. Viewed against the background of contemporary circumstances, Southey's letter to her 'klingt Eine Biographie Frankfurt, ; I have used the Fischer pocket edition ofwhere the relevant passage occurs on p.
It is hard to apply the term 'great' to Bell after having read the grim verdict on his personal qualities in Meiklejohn's book especially p. They led to the comparatively forward-looking statement, 'Nothing is more astonishing to me than that a virtue so rigidly demanded from woman should be so despised among men'.
Further information on Bell was provided by J. Meiklejohn's An Old Educational Reformer: Andrew Bell Edinburgh and London, Chadwick, Mrs Ellis [sic] H. Dictionary of National Biography Edgeworth, Maria. The Home Life and Letters of Mrs. Ellis, Compiled by Her Nieces. Pictures of Private Life, 2nd ed.
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