During her short life, Maria Jane Jewsbury earned the respect of the literary world for work ranging from poetry, fiction, and satire to reflective essays and literary criticism. In addition to her four books, Jewsbury’s work appeared in literary annuals and periodicals, especially the prominent Athenæum, one of the leading literary reviews of her day.
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