MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON (1835 - 1915)

Mary Elizabeth Braddon Pages
By
Jennifer Carnell

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NOVELS AND OTHER WORKS BY MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
(Contemporary reviews, bibliography and pictures of first editions, reprints, ephemera etc.)

PLACES ASSOCIATED WITH BRADDON

Mary Braddon in St. Leonards

BLACK HOUSE FARM, BEVERLEY
(The house where Braddon wrote Three Times Dead, aka The Trail of the Serpent)

BRADDON MEMORIAL IN RICHMOND

GRAVE OF MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON

ROADS IN RICHMOND NAMED AFTER BRADDON NOVELS

ANNESLEY BANK, LYNDHURST, THE NEW FOREST

INGATESTONE HALL, ESSEX
( The house that inspired Audley Court in Lady Audley's Secret, & Braddon's picture of it by Edward Duncan)

MAGAZINES ASSOCIATED WITH OR EDITED BY BRADDON

WELCOME GUEST

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

SIXPENNY MAGAZINE

Temple Bar: A London Magazine

HALFPENNY JOURNAL

BELGRAVIA MAGAZINE

All The Year Round

Mistletoe Bough (Misletoe Bough)

YELLOWBACK EDITIONS, REPRINTS ETC.

BRADDON NOVELS IN THEIR ORIGINAL DUSTWRAPPER

PICTURES OF OTHER BINDING STYLES
(Over a period of fifty years, Braddon's novels were reprinted in a number of different one volume editions)

Tauchnitz Editions

BRADDON BOOKMARK
(a bookmark issued by Simpkin, Marshall to advertise Braddon's books)

BOOKMAN MAGAZINE COVER
(the July 1912 issue of The Bookman with Braddon on the cover)

ADVERTS FOR BRADDON'S WORKS

Sensation Press Editions of Braddon

MANUSCRIPTS, PICTURES & AUTOGRAPHS

BRADDON MANUSCRIPTS

Braddon Letters

ELEGIAC SONNETS BY CHARLOTTE SMITH
(a book left to Braddon by her Uncle John and inscribed by her aged 15)

A Locket With Braddon's Hair

BRADDON'S CHRISTMAS CARD FOR 1913

BRADDON AND THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT (ARTHUR ORTON)

LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET POSTCARD SERIES

MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON AND THE THEATRE
(Actors & managers who worked with Braddon, adaptations, playbills, theatres, etc.)

NOVELS BY MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON

Three Times Dead, The Lady Lisle, The Black Band, The Octoroon, The Captain of the Vulture, Ralph the Bailiff, Woman's Revenge, Lady Audley's Secret, The White Phantom, The Factory Girl, Oscar Bertrand, Aurora Floyd, Eleanor's Victory, John Marchmont's Legacy, Henry Dunbar, The Doctor's Wife, Only a Clod, Sir Jasper's Tenant, The Lady's Mile, Circe, Rupert Godwin, Birds of Prey, Dead Sea Fruit, Charlotte's Inheritance, Run to Earth, Fenton's Quest, The Lovels of Arden, Robert Ainsleigh, To the Bitter End, Milly Darrell, Strangers and Pilgrims, Lucius Davoren, Taken at the Flood, Lost for Love, A Strange World, Hostages to Fortune, Dead Men's Shoes, Joshua Haggard's Daughter, Weavers and Weft, An Open Verdict, Vixen, The Cloven Foot, The Story of Barbara, Just As I Am, Aspodel, Mount Royal, The Golden Calf, Phantom Fortune, Flower and Weed, Ishmael, Wyllard's Weird, Under the Red Flag, One Thing Needful, Cut by the County, Mohawks, Like and Unlike, The Fatal Three, The Day Will Come, One Life, One Love, Gerard, The Venetians, All Along the River, The Christmas Hirelings, Thou Art the Man, Sons of Fire, London Pride, Under Love's Rule, In High Places, Rough Justice, His Darling Sin, The Infidel, The Conflict, A Lost Eden, The Rose of Life, The White House, Dead Love Has Chains, Her Convict, During Her Majesty's Pleasure, Our Adversary, Beyond These Voices, The Green Curtain, Miranda, Mary.

POETRY

Garibaldi and Other Poems

SONGS

My Heart is Thine by Braddon and Elizabeth Philp (1876)

BOOKS EDITED AND ABRIDGED BY BRADDON

Miss Braddon's Revised Edition of Aladdin (1880)

Miss Braddon's Penny Edition of Sir Walter Scott (1881-1882)

MARY BRADDON AND THE THEATRE

IRA ALDRIDGE

Frank Huntley (father of G.P. Huntley)

HENRY NEVILLE

THEATRES WHERE BRADDON PERFORMED AS AN ACTRESS

The Theatre Royal, Brighton

PLAYS ADAPTED FROM BRADDON'S NOVELS

The 1863 play based on Lady Audley's Secret by George Roberts (Robert Walters)

Sensation Press Edition of the Play by George Roberts (Robert Walters)

The Roberts Version in Dublin, Ireland in 1863

The 1863 play based on Lady Audley's Secret by William E. Suter

The 1863 play based on Aurora Floyd by William E. Suter

The 1865 play based on Henry Dunbar by Tom Taylor

1866 production of Henry Dunbar in America, at the Boston Museum

1872 production of Lady Audley's Secret, starring Mrs. D.P. Bowers, in Springfield, Ohio

1877 production of Lady Audley's Secret by George Roberts

1880s production of Lady Audley's Secret at the Imperial Theatre, London

FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES AND FAMILY
FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES

Robert Brough

EDWARD BULWER LYTTON
WILKIE COLLINS
ANNA MARIA HALL
Frank Huntley (father of G.P. Huntley)
Eliza Lynn Linton
JOHN MAXWELL
Henry Neville
GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA
William Sawyer
LOUISA SWANBOROUGH
BARON BERNHARD TAUCHNITZ
THE CHILDREN OF BRADDON & JOHN MAXWELL

GERALD MELBOURNE MAXWELL
FANNY MARGARET MAXWELL
(later Mrs. Selous)
WILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL

WINIFRED ROSALIE MAXWELL (later Mrs. Lachlan)



OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS

EDWARD BRADDON (Braddon's brother)

Braddon Collection

Braddon Collection

Braddon on TV, Radio etc.

Lady Audley's Secret on BBC Radio 4

Braddon Novels and Braddon Books Published by The Sensation Press

The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon (Biography)


Novels and Books by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The White Phantom
Circe

Cut By the County

Dead Love Has Chains

His Darling Sin

The Christmas Hirelings

One Fatal Moment and Other Stories

The Missing Witness

Married Beneath Him

The Fatal Marriage and other Stories

Dross; Or the Root of Evil and Marjorie Daw

The Octoroon; Or, The Lily of Louisiana

The Black Band (out of print)

Plays Based on Braddon Novels

New Aurora Floyd by William E. Suter (2008)


New Lady Audley's Secret by William E. Suter (2008)

Lady Audley's Secret by George Roberts (2007)

Future publications: Future publications

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