Lady Rose's Daughter (novel)
|Author||Mary Augusta Ward|
|Publisher||Smith, Elder & Co.|
Lady Rose's Daughter is a novel by Mary Augusta Ward that was the best-selling novel in the United States in 1903. The book was adapted in 1920 by director Hugh Ford, into a film starring Elsie Ferguson as Julie Le Breton and David Powell as Captain Warkworth.
- Beer, George Louis (1903). "'Diana of the Crossways' and 'Lady Rose's Daughter'," The Critic, Vol. 42, pp. 534–35.
- Collister, Peter (1986). "Alpine Retreats and Arnoldian Recoveries: Mrs Humphry Ward's Lady Rose's Daughter," Durham University Journal, Vol. 47, pp. 289–99.
- Dall, Caroline Healey (1903). Of "Lady Rose's Daughter." A Defense and an Analysis. Boston: Thomas Todd.
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