An Englishwoman's Love-letters
|Published||1900 (John Murray)|
An Englishwoman's Love-letters is a 1900 novel by Laurence Housman, initially published anonymously. It was a scandal in its time due to its frankness, which excitement turned to disappointment as the public learned the author was no Englishwoman but Housman. One year later, in 1901, a parody of the book, entitled Another Englishwoman's Love-letters and written by Barry Pain, was published by T. Fisher Unwin.
|This article about a 1900s novel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
See guidelines for writing about novels. Further suggestions might be found on the article's talk page.