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L.T. Meade (1844–1914)

Autor/a de A Sweet Girl Graduate

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Nota de desambiguació:

(eng) L. T. Meade co-authored a number of notable mystery novels with Robert Eustace.


Obres de L.T. Meade

A Sweet Girl Graduate (1891) 165 exemplars, 3 ressenyes
Daddy's girl (1900) 75 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A World of Girls (1886) 74 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Polly: A New-Fashioned Girl (1889) 67 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A Girl in Ten Thousand (1896) 64 exemplars
The Time of Roses (1908) 47 exemplars
A very naughty girl (1901) 46 exemplars
Merry Girls of England (1902) 38 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Miss Nonentity (1905) 37 exemplars
Girls of the True Blue (1901) 36 exemplars
Bad Little Hannah (1902) 32 exemplars
Heart of Gold (1777) 31 exemplars
The girls of St. Wode's (1900) — Autor — 29 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A Young Mutineer (1898) 28 exemplars
A Master of Mysteries (1898) 28 exemplars
A Girl of the People (1900) 22 exemplars
Good Luck (1914) 20 exemplars
A Bunch of Cherries (1908) 20 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Out of the Fashion (1900) 19 exemplars
The Rebel of the School (1902) 19 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings (1899) 18 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A Little Mother to the Others (1926) 18 exemplars
Bashful Fifteen (1892) 17 exemplars
Frances Kane's Fortune (1900) 16 exemplars
The Sorceress of the Strand and Other Stories (2016) 14 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Children of Wilton Chase (1891) 13 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The School Queens (1910) 11 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Children's Pilgrimage (1900) 9 exemplars
A Girl from America (1907) 9 exemplars
Princess of the Revels (1909) 8 exemplars
A Ring of Rubies (2015) 8 exemplars
The Manor School (1903) 8 exemplars
Betty of the Rectory (1908) 7 exemplars
Turquoise and Ruby (1906) 7 exemplars
How It All Came Round (2011) 7 exemplars
Girls New and Old (1896) 7 exemplars
Girls of the Forest (2010) 6 exemplars
The Detections of Miss Cusack (1998) 6 exemplars
Peter the Pilgrim (1903) 6 exemplars
A Big Temptation and Other Stories (2016) — Col·laborador — 6 exemplars
Dickory Dock (2011) 5 exemplars
Wild Heather (2017) 5 exemplars
Dumps, A Plain Girl 5 exemplars
Betty, A Schoolgirl 5 exemplars
The Kingfisher's Egg and Other Stories (1900) — Col·laborador — 5 exemplars
Just a Love Story (1890) 5 exemplars
A Wild Irish Girl (1910) 4 exemplars
The New Mrs. Lascelles (1901) 4 exemplars
David's Little Lad (2014) 4 exemplars
A Life for a Love (2011) 4 exemplars
The Girls of Merton College (1911) 4 exemplars
The Odds and the Evens (1899) 4 exemplars
Sunny Days: A Volume of Original Pictures, Stories, and Verse (1906) — Col·laborador — 4 exemplars
A Golden Shadow (1906) 4 exemplars
A Madcap 4 exemplars
Madame Sara [short story] (1902) 4 exemplars
A Bevy of Girls (1905) 4 exemplars
The School Favorite (1920) 4 exemplars
A Plucky Girl (1900) 4 exemplars
The Sanctuary Club (1900) 4 exemplars
Better Than Riches 3 exemplars
Seven Maids 3 exemplars
The Golden Apple and Other Stories — Col·laborador — 3 exemplars
Under the Dragon Throne (1897) 3 exemplars
Three Girls from School (1900) 3 exemplars
Queen Rose 3 exemplars
The Ponsonby Diamonds (2004) 3 exemplars
Sweet Nancy (1887) 3 exemplars
Jill, A Flower Girl (1920) 3 exemplars
The Gold Star Line (1899) 3 exemplars
A Handful of Silver 3 exemplars
The Hill-Top Girl (1915) 3 exemplars
Daddy's Boy (1910) 3 exemplars
Peggy from Kerry 3 exemplars
The Queen of Joy 3 exemplars
Jill the Irresistible (1915) 3 exemplars
Kitty O'Donovan (1927) 3 exemplars
Castle Poverty 2 exemplars
The Other Woman 2 exemplars
Silenced 2 exemplars
Virginia 2 exemplars
Nurse Charlotte 2 exemplars
A Band of Mirth 2 exemplars
The Fairy Godmother 2 exemplars
Lady Anne 2 exemplars
Her Happy Face 2 exemplars
Rosa Regina: A Story for Girls (1910) 2 exemplars
Love's Cross Roads 2 exemplars
Four On an Island 2 exemplars
A Brave Poor Thing 2 exemplars
'Ruffles' 2 exemplars
The Lady of Delight 2 exemplars
The Voice of the Charmer (1895) 2 exemplars
A Knight of To-Day: A Tale (1887) 2 exemplars
Nance Kennedy (1910) 2 exemplars
This Troublesome World (1901) 2 exemplars
Blue of the Sea 2 exemplars
Hetty Beresford 2 exemplars
The Home of Silence 2 exemplars
Aylwyn's Friends 2 exemplars
A Farthingful 2 exemplars
The Witch Maid 2 exemplars
For Dear Dad 2 exemplars
The Beresford Prize 2 exemplars
Poor Miss Carolina 2 exemplars
Scarlet Anemones (1884) 2 exemplars
The Autocrat of the Nursery (1898) 2 exemplars
A Dweller In Tents 2 exemplars
White Lilies and Other Tales (1900) 2 exemplars
Lettie's Last Home 2 exemplars
Eyes of Terror (2011) 2 exemplars
Oceana's Girlhood 2 exemplars
Marigold 2 exemplars
A Band of Three 2 exemplars
The Angel of Love (1888) 2 exemplars
The Medicine Lady 2 exemplars
The Blood-Red Cross (2004) 2 exemplars
The Face of the Abbot (2004) 2 exemplars
A Race With the Sun 2 exemplars
Those Boys 2 exemplars
Hepsy Gipsy 2 exemplars
The Golden Lady (1889) 2 exemplars
Cave Perilous 2 exemplars
Wheels of Iron 2 exemplars
Wages 2 exemplars
Girl of the people 1 exemplars
Nobody's Neighbours 1 exemplars
The witch maid 1 exemplars
Betty A School Girl 1 exemplars
Cave Perilous 1 exemplars
Good Luck 1 exemplars
In Time of Roses 1 exemplars
En ulykkelig læge 1 exemplars
Sarah's Mother 1 exemplars
The Dead Hand 1 exemplars
La oveja negra 1 exemplars
21 Mysteries (2015) 1 exemplars
Little Folks 1 exemplars
Merry Winter-Time 1 exemplars
The Pearl 1 exemplars
By Mutual Consent 1 exemplars
Resurgam 1 exemplars
A Double Revenge (1902) 1 exemplars
Margaret 1 exemplars
Rosebury 1 exemplars
The Lady Cake-Maker 1 exemplars
Love Triumphant 1 exemplars
A Maid of Mystery 1 exemplars
Bess of Delany's 1 exemplars
Little Wife Hester 1 exemplars
Drift 1 exemplars
The Face of Juliet 1 exemplars
Mary Gifford, M.B. 1 exemplars
An Oak Coffin 1 exemplars
Without Witnesses 1 exemplars
Followed 1 exemplars
The Woman with the Hood (1908) 1 exemplars
The Outside Ledge 1 exemplars
The Lost Square (1902) 1 exemplars
The Two Sisters 1 exemplars
The Blue Diamond 1 exemplars
The Way of a Woman 1 exemplars
The Siren 1 exemplars
The Desire of Men 1 exemplars
All Sorts 1 exemplars
An Adventuress 1 exemplars
His Mascot 1 exemplars
Victory 1 exemplars
Mrs. Reid's Terror 1 exemplars
Lord and Lady Kitty 1 exemplars
Corporal Violet 1 exemplars
Desborough's Wife 1 exemplars
Twenty-Four Hours 1 exemplars
Miss Gwendoline 1 exemplars
Mother and Son 1 exemplars
Little Josephine 1 exemplars
The A.B.C. Girl 1 exemplars
Greater Than Gold 1 exemplars
Fingertips 1 exemplars
Micah Faraday 1 exemplars
Belinda Treherne 1 exemplars
The Heart of Helen 1 exemplars
Col. Tracy's Wife (1908) 1 exemplars
The Red Ruth 1 exemplars
Kindred Spirits 1 exemplars
The Aim of Her Life 1 exemplars
A Girl of To-Day 1 exemplars
Brother or Husband 1 exemplars
The Stormy Petrel 1 exemplars
Wild Kitty. (2011) 1 exemplars

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The Omnibus of Crime (1929) — Col·laborador — 212 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
The Further Rivals of Sherlock Holmes (1973) — Col·laborador — 189 exemplars, 3 ressenyes
Detection by Gaslight: 14 Victorian Detective Stories (Dover Thrift Editions) (1997) — Col·laborador — 186 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Blood on the Tracks (2018) — Col·laborador — 183 exemplars, 13 ressenyes
Victorian Tales of Mystery and Detection: An Oxford Anthology (1991) — Col·laborador — 174 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Great Detective Stories (Watermill Classics) (1986) — Col·laborador — 113 exemplars
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: A Collection of Victorian Detective Tales (2008) — Col·laborador — 110 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Strange Tales from the Strand (1991) — Col·laborador — 109 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Deep Waters: Mysteries on the Waves (2019) — Col·laborador — 91 exemplars, 11 ressenyes
In the Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe: Classic Tales of Horror, 1816-1914 (2015) — Col·laborador — 91 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Measure of Malice: Scientific Mysteries (2019) — Col·laborador — 85 exemplars, 7 ressenyes
The Big Book of Female Detectives (2018) — Col·laborador — 84 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Mammoth Book of Great Detective Stories (1985) — Col·laborador — 80 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Big Book of Rogues and Villains (2017) — Col·laborador — 68 exemplars, 3 ressenyes
Purr-Fect Crime (1989) — Col·laborador — 68 exemplars
The Mammoth Book of Sword and Honour (2000) — Col·laborador — 52 exemplars, 1 ressenya
The Black Veil and Other Tales of Supernatural Sleuths (2007) — Col·laborador — 49 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Promethean Horrors: Classic Stories of Mad Science (2019) — Col·laborador — 49 exemplars
Fighters of Fear: Occult Detective Stories (2020) — Col·laborador — 48 exemplars
The Dreaming Sex: Early Tales of Scientific Imagination by Women (2011) — Col·laborador — 48 exemplars, 4 ressenyes
The Big Book of Victorian Mysteries (2021) — Col·laborador — 43 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery, and Horror (1928) — Col·laborador — 32 exemplars
A Treasury of Victorian Detective Stories (1979) — Col·laborador — 31 exemplars
Detective Mysteries Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) (2019) — Col·laborador — 31 exemplars
A Brilliant Void (2018) — Col·laborador — 27 exemplars
Mistresses of Mystery: Two Centuries of Suspense Stories by the Gentle Sex (1973) — Col·laborador — 27 exemplars, 1 ressenya
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The Black Lizard Big Book of Locked-Room Mysteries (2019) — Col·laborador — 24 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
The Weiser Book of Occult Detectives: 13 Stories of Supernatural Sleuthing (2017) — Col·laborador — 23 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Supernatural Sherlocks : Stories from The Golden Age of the Occult Detective (2017) — Col·laborador — 21 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Sisters in Crime: Early Crime and Mystery Stories by Women (2013) — Col·laborador — 18 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Twelve Tales of Murder (1998) — Col·laborador — 17 exemplars
Gaslit Nightmares: No. 2 (1991) — Col·laborador — 17 exemplars
Bending to Earth: Strange Stories by Irish Women (2019) — Col·laborador — 15 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Dangerous Ladies (1992) — Col·laborador — 8 exemplars
The Realm of the Impossible (2017) — Col·laborador — 6 exemplars
30 Mystery Stories: Boxed Set (2014) 3 exemplars
The Second Victorian Mystery MEGAPACK®: 38 Classic Mysteries (2015) — Col·laborador — 3 exemplars


Coneixement comú

Nom oficial
Toulmin Smith, Elizabeth Thomasina Meade
Data de naixement
Data de defunció
Lloc d'enterrament
Wolvercote Cemetery, Oxford, England, UK
Lloc de naixement
Bandon, County Cork, Ireland
Lloc de defunció
20 Lathbury Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Llocs de residència
Bandon, County Cork, Ireland
Dulwich, London, England, UK
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Magazine editor (Atalanta)
girls' school story author
Eustace, Robert (writing partner)
Nota de desambiguació
L. T. Meade co-authored a number of notable mystery novels with Robert Eustace.



Bedad! L.T. Meade explores the idea of the "Wild Irish Girl" with a vengeance in this school story from 1902, which sees the vivacious, high-spirited, rule-breaking Kathleen O'Hara come to England to attend the Great Shirley School. With four hundred pupils, the school is divided between one hundred "Foundationers," who are from poorer backgrounds, and are allowed to attend the school for free, and some three hundred non-foundation girls, who are paying pupils. The tensions between the two groups - the non-foundationers look down on the Foundation girls, who feel resentful in return - are exacerbated by Kathleen, who has been allowed to roam free at her grandfather's castle in Ireland, and who has no notion of or respect for English class divisions or school rules. Although rooming with the family of Alice Tennant, who is a non-foundation girl, she chooses her friends from amongst the Foundation girls, and forms a secret society, which she calls "The Wild Irish Girls." This leads to quite a bit of trouble, not just for Kathleen, who will not be materially harmed by it, but for the girls who are her supposed friends, and whose social position is more precarious than hers. Eventually, after much sturm and drang, Kathleen's rebellion is quashed, and in a very brief conclusion, all is resolved amicably...

A late-19th-century author of Anglo-Irish background, L.T. Meade grew up in County Cork, before moving to London as a young woman and launching a career writing children's books, mysteries, historical adventures, and sentimental romances. She penned over three hundred books, a number of which - The Rebel of the School, Wild Kitty, A Wild Irish Girl, etc. - featured the kind of "Wild Irish Girl" character (or caricature, if one prefers) seen here. This type - the free-spirited, often poetic, always emotional girl, who has trouble conforming to the stricter social rules of English society, but nevertheless has a heart of gold, and some emotional wisdom to share with her English peers - can be traced back to Sydney Owenson's 1806 The Wild Irish Girl: A National Tale, which features a romance between a dissolute English nobleman, and the daughter of a dispossessed Gaelic prince. There is an interesting article by Carole Dunbar on the use of the type in the work of L.T. Meade and Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey in Studies in Children's Literature, 1500-2000. I understand that more recently, Sandra McAvoy's "The 'Wild Irish Girl' in Selected Novels of L.T. Meade" appeared in Adolescence in Modern Irish History. I would imagine that the use of the type here, and the book's connection to Ireland, explains why The Rebel of the School was chosen for our syllabus, in the class on the history of children's literature that I took, while getting my masters at an Irish university.

Despite finding all of this interesting, from a literary and social history perspective, I found that I did not enjoy reading The Rebel of the School. It was not my first book from Meade - before taking my masters, I had read A World of Girls and The Girls of St. Wode's - so I was expecting the style of writing, and the sometimes divided plot-lines. What I wasn't expecting was to find the main character so thoroughly annoying. I recall reading this, in my university library, and texting one of my masters cohort afterward, to say that if Kathleen had said the word 'bedad' one more time, I might have chucked the book across the room. It isn't just the showy "Irishness" here, that felt over the top and stereotypically "stage Irish" to me, it was the fact that Kathleen is so oblivious to the welfare and real feelings of her so-called friends, leading them into situations that could be very damaging for them, perhaps even imperil their ability to get an education, and therefore, possible ability to prosper economically. It irritated me to see the author depict her as somehow loving, when it is so clear that her actions are driven by her own desires and feelings, and are entirely inward-looking. It was particularly troubling to see this quality of obliviousness, or indifference to the good of others, set down to some kind of "Irish" nature. Finally, I found the conclusion, which is terribly rushed, completely unconvincing. It felt as if, having created a mess through her character, Meade ran out of time and energy to untangle the snarled plot-lines of her story, and just decided to end it with a kind of one-page "and it all turned out well" declaration.

I'm not sure I would highly recommend this one, unless it be to the determined fan of Meade, who does have her devotees, or to the reader interested in the 'Wild Irish Girl' character in children's fiction.
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AbigailAdams26 | Jun 3, 2020 |
He brought out his microscope, which I saw, to my delight, was of the latest design, and I set to work at once, while he watched me with evident interest. At last the crucial moment came, and I bent over the instrument and adjusted the focus on my preparation. My suspicions were only too well confirmed by which I had extracted what I saw.

I previously read an excerpt from The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings in rel="nofollow" target="_top">The Sorceress of the Strand and Other Stories, but the whole thing is on Project Gutenberg. Brotherhood is actually very similar to Sorceress: a scientific man keeps running into the dastardly plans of a scientific woman taking London by storm, a woman both beautiful and vaguely occult. Brotherhood was serialized (in The Strand), but it's somewhere between a Charles Dickens novel and a Sherlock Holmes story. It's not one big story like a Dickens serial, but it's not a string of standalones like Doyle's Holmes stories.

Rather, Norman Head (who studied physiology at Cambridge, but never qualified, and now does it out of sheer love) has a different encounter with some agent of Madame Koluchy's in each story. Sometimes he wins, sometime Koluchy wins, and the stories gradually chart their battle. It's like one of those tv series where the same bad guy is behind every plot, and sometime the situation changes, but mostly it remains static until the season finale.

The stories are decent, if not great. Meade over-depends on characters giving long backstory dumps to one another, which sucks the tension out of some tales, but other I enjoyed. Most stories have some kind of scientific conceit at their heart, making them borderline science fiction or maybe technothrillers-- people killed with new disease strains, or burglars using pendulums, or a temperature-triggered explosive, or x-rays used as a weapon. (The book has a co-writing credit for Robert Eustance; Janis Dawson's introduction to Sorceress says this is Robert Eustace Barton, who provided Meade with medical/scientific information while she wrote the stories herself [19].)

Madame Koluchy herself is kind of the best part. She's barely in the stories, usually working through agents, but that makes her all the more captivating. She's supposedly a scientist, and she does indeed invent things, but this is mostly what we're told about her. When we are actually shown her, her effect is more occult; she pulls people into her orbit with her beauty, and grants them what they desire if they help her advance the power of the Brotherhood of the Seven Kings. Boring old Norman Head (and his lawyer friend) are hardly worthy adversaries; Head used to be a member of the Brotherhood and in love with Koluchy, but it's hard to imagine this. A version of this with more Madame Koluchy, and more consistently intriguing and varied plots, would be a good book, but as it is, we have a pedestrian one with occasional flashes of interest.… (més)
Stevil2001 | Oct 26, 2018 |
The rather drab dustjacket does what it is paid for on this volume. it washes its face. It keeps the real cover pretty pristine and there to see behind it is the pretty girl, long curly hair in tresses, straw hat - and what is that in her hand - a whip? There is a chapter called 'Doing a wilful deed'. It is quite serious though page 129: 'If to be a New Woman means being well educated, and taking an interest in life, and seeing plenty of my fellow men and women, then I am going to become one', said Barbara stoutly.… (més)
jon1lambert | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Dec 24, 2017 |
"There is no doubt that she is very clever. She knows a little bit of everything, and has wonderful recipes with regard to medicines, surgery, and dentistry. She is a most lovely woman herself, very fair, with blue eyes, an innocent, childlike manner, and quantities of rippling gold hair. [...] This woman deals in all sorts of curious, secrets, but principally in cosmetics. Her shop in the Strand could, I fancy, tell many a strange history. Her clients go there, and she does what is necessary for them." (120)

L. T. Meade was a force to be reckoned with in the British magazines of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She wrote many recurring features, kind of like Sherlock Holmes. This Broadview edition collects single installments from Stories from the Diary of a Doctor (1893-95), The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings (1898), and The Heart of a Mystery (1901), as well as all six installments of The Sorceress of the Strand (1902-03). There's a lot of medicine and/or science in the stories collected here: Stories from the Diary of a Doctor is about the weird crimes a doctor discovers in the course of his medical duties, while the villain of The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings is an evil, female Italian chemist who works for a secret society, while The Sorceress of the Strand is about an amateur chemist who works doing insurance investigations who ends up repeatedly encountering one Madame Sara, an evil surgeon/physician/dentist (described in the above quotation). Ostensibly these stories are about science, but science in the world of L. T. Meade has a very occult register: there's a lot of hypnotism and gothic overtones in these stories.

They're fun enough, but not terribly amazing. A little repetitive in that Madame Sara always has some incredibly convoluted plot-- in one, she makes a woman metal teeth so she can attack someone but people will think it was a wolf-- for which there often seems to be a supernatural explanation, but the dogged investigations of Dixon (the insurance investigator) and his friend Vandeleur (a police surgeon) always make it clear it's Madame Sara's tricks at the root of it all. Sara has scientific powers, but is no scientist, I would say-- the title "sorceress" given to her by the serial's title is much more appropriate. I couldn't help but feel, though, that The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings sounded more interesting than The Sorceress of the Strand, and wished we'd got the former in its entirety and just an excerpt of the latter. Still, thank goodness that Broadview opted to reprint even just a limited selection of these long-forgotten tales.
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Stevil2001 | Sep 15, 2017 |



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