Author:Matilda Betham-Edwards

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Matilda Betham-Edwards
(1836–1919)
A British novelist, travel writer, poet, and francophile.
Matilda Betham-Edwards

Works[edit]

  • The White House by the Sea, 1857
  • Holidays Among the Mountains (or Scenes and Stories of Wales), 1860
  • Little Bird Red and Little Bird Blue (verse drama), 1861
  • John and I, 1862
  • Dr. Jacob, 1864
  • A Winter with the Swallows, 1867
  • Through Spain to the Sahara, 1868
  • Kitty, 1869
  • The Sylvestres, 1871
  • Felicia, 1875
  • Bridget, 1877
  • Brother Gabriel, 1878
  • Six Life Stories of Famous Women, 1880
  • Forestalled, 1880
  • Pearla, 1883
  • Half-Way, 1886
  • Next of Kin Wanted, 1887
  • The Parting of the Ways, 1888
  • For One and the World, 1889
  • A Romance of the Wire, 1891
  • Edition of Arthur Young’s Travels in France, 1892
  • Romance of a French Parsonage, 1892
  • France of To-Day, 1892
  • The Curb of Honour, 1893
  • A Romance of Dijon, 1894
  • The Golden Bee and other Recitations, 1895
  • Autobiography of Arthur Young, 1898
  • The Lord of the Harvest, 1899
  • Anglo-French Reminiscences, 1900
  • A Suffolk Courtship, 1900
  • Mock Beggars’ Hall, 1902
  • Barham Brocklebank, 1903
  • A Humble Lover, 1903
  • Home Life in France, 1905
  • Martha Rose, 1906
  • Poems, 1907
  • A Close Ring, 1907
  • Literary Rambles in France, 1907
  • Friendly Faces of Three Nationalities, 1911
  • In French Africa, 1912
  • From an Islington Window, 1914
  • Hearts of Alsace, 1916
  • Twentieth Century France, 1917
  • French Fireside Poetry, 1919
  • Mid-Victorian Memories, 1919

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Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1919, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.