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'Michael Field' (1884–1914) was the pseudonym of two women, the aunt and niece Katharine Bradley and Edith Cooper, who lived and wrote together as 'lovers'. The large oeuvre contains poems, dramas, and a vast diary. Marion Thain recounts the development of a fascinating and idiosyncratic poetic persona, which became a self-reflexive study in aestheticism. The constructed life and work of 'Michael Field' is used here to deepen and complicate our understanding of many of the most distinctive aesthetic debates of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; a process unified by the recurring engagement with theories of time and history that structures this book. This analysis of poetry, aestheticism and the fin de siècle, through the performance of 'Michael Field', has implications that reach far beyond an understanding of one poet's work. Scholars of both Victorian and modernist literature will learn much from this innovative and compelling study.

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Contents

Bibliography of material by Katharine Bradley and Edith Cooper
General bibliography
The poetry
The New Minnesinger (London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1875), by Leigh, Arran (KB alone)
Bellerophôn, Poems (London: C. Kegan Paul and Co, 1881), by Arran, and Leigh, Isla (KB and EC)
Long Ago (London: George Bell and Sons, 1889), by Field, Michael
Sight and Song (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1892), by Field, Michael (also republished in facsimile copy by Woodstock Books in 1993, edited by R. K. R. Thornton and Ian Small)
Underneath the Bough (London: George Bell and Sons, 1893), by Field, Michael (also republished in facsimile copy by Woodstock Books in 1993, edited by R. K. R. Thornton and Ian Small)
Underneath the Bough, revised and decreased edition (London: George Bell & Sons, 1893), by Field, Michael
Long Ago (Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1897), by Field, Michael
Underneath the Bough (Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1898), by Field, Michael
Wild Honey from Various Thyme (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1908), by Field, Michael
Poems of Adoration (London: Sands and Co, 1912), by Field, Michael
Mystic Trees (London: Everleigh Nash, 1913), by Field, Michael
Whym Chow (London: Eragny Press, 1914), by Field, Michael
Dedicated (London: George Bell and Sons, 1914), by Field, Michael
A Selection from the Poems of Michael Field (London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1923), ed. Moore, T. Sturge
The Wattlefold (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1930), unpublished later poetry of Michael Field, collected by Fortey, Emily C., with a preface by Vincent McNabb
In Leash to the Stranger: A Shorter Shīrazād (De Blackland Press, 1999)
Music and Silence (De Blackland Press, 2000)
Uncertain Rain (De Blackland Press, 2002).
The drama
Bellerophôn, Poems (London: C. Kegan Paul and Co, 1881), by Arran, and Leigh, Isla (KB and EC)
Callirrhoë and Fair Rosamund (London: George Bell and Sons, 1884), by Field, Michael
The Father's Tragedy, William Rufus, Loyalty or Love (London: George Bell and Sons, 1885), by Field, Michael
Brutus Ultor (London: George Bell and Sons, 1886), by Field, Michael
Canute the Great, The Cup of Water (London: George Bell and Sons, 1887), by Field, Michael
The Tragic Mary (London: George Bell and Sons, 1890), by Field, Michael
Stephania: A Trialogue (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1892), by Field, Michael
A Question of Memory (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1893), by Field, Michael
Attila, My Attila! (London: Elkin Mathews, 1896), by Field, Michael
Fair Rosamund (London: Hacon & Ricketts, 1897), by Field, Michael
The World at Auction (London: Hacon & Ricketts, 1898), by Field, Michael
Anna Ruina (London: David Nutt, 1899), by Field, Michael
Noontide Branches (Oxford: Henry Daniel, 1899), by Field, Michael
The Race of Leaves (London: Hacon & Ricketts, 1901), by Field, Michael
Julia Domna (London: Hacon & Ricketts, 1903), by Field, Michael
Borgia (London: A. H. Bullen, 1905), published anonymously
Queen Mariamne (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1908), by the author of Borgia,
The Tragedy of Pardon, and Dian: A Fantasy (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1911), by the author of Borgia,
The Accuser, Tristan De Léonois, A Messiah (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1911), by the author of Borgia,
Deirdre, A Question of Memory, Ras Byzance (London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1918), by Field, Michael
In the Name of Time (London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1919), by Field, Michael
Above Mount Alverna, Iphigenia in Arsacia, The Assumption (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1930), published anonymously
Essays
An Old Couple’, The Contemporary Review 51 (February 1887), 220–5.
Mid-Age’, The Contemporary Review 56 (September 1889), 431–2.
A Lumber-Room’, The Contemporary Review 57 (January 1890), 98–102.
Effigies’, The Art Review, 1.3 (March 1890).
The correspondence
Held in the British Library, London (BL):
Add.MS.45851–6
Add.MS.46866–7
Held in the Bodleian Library, Oxford (BOD):
MS.Eng.lett.c.418
MS.Eng.lett.c.419
MS.Eng.lett.c.429
MS.Eng.lett.c.432
MS.Eng. lett. d. 120
MS.Eng.lett.e.32
MS.Eng.lett.e.33 (NB The page numbering is wrong in this volume and nos 110–19 appear twice in succession)
MS.Eng.lett.e.142
MS.Eng.lett.e.143
Held in the National Library of Scotland (NLS):
Letters to John Gray: Dep. 372, nos 16, 17, 18, 20 (there are no folio numbers within these boxes so letters can only be identified by box number and date, if there is one)
The diaries
Add.MS.46776: vol. 1 – covers October 1868–January 1869, and is written by Bradley alone while she is in Paris
Add.MS.46777–Add.MS.46804A: vols. 2–29 – covering 1888–1914, and written by both women. These volumes are titled ‘Works and Days’ and comprise:
Add.MS.46777: vol. 2 (April 1888–December 1889)
Add.MS.46778: vol. 3 (1890)
Add.MS.46779: vol. 4 (1891)
Add.MS.46780: vol. 5 (1892)
Add.MS.46781: vol. 6 (1893)
Add.MS.46782: vol. 7 (1894)
Add.MS.46783: vol. 8 (January–October 1895)
Add.MS.46784: vol. 9 (October–December 1895)
Add.MS.46785: vol. 10 (1896)
Add.MS.46786: vol. 11 (1897)
Add.MS.46787: vol. 12 (1898)
Add.MS.46788: vol. 13 (1899)
Add.MS.46789: vol. 14 (1900)
Add.MS.46790: vol. 15 (1901)
Add.MS.46791: vol. 16 (1902)
Add.MS.46792: vol. 17 (1903)
Add.MS.46793: vol. 18 (1904)
Add.MS.46794: vol. 19 (1905)
Add.MS.46795: vol. 20 (1906)
Add.MS.46796: vol. 21 (January–September 1907)
Add.MS.46797: vol. 22 (September–December 1907)
Add.MS.46798: vol. 23 (1908)
Add.MS.46799: vol. 24 (1909)
Add.MS.46800: vol. 25 (1910)
Add.MS.46801: vol. 26 (1911)
Add.MS.46802: vol. 27 (1912)
Add.MS.46803: vol. 28 (1913)
Add.MS.46804A: vol. 29 (1914)
Add.MS.46804B: vol. 30 – a collection of loose-leaf pieces from between 1868 and 1914
Works and Days: From the Journal of Michael Field, ed. , T. and Moore, D. C. Sturge, London: John Murray, 1933 (with introduction by Sir William Rothenstein)
Michael Field and Fin-de-Siècle Culture and Society. The Diaries and Correspondence of Michael Field held in the British Library, ed. Thain, Marion, Adam Matthew: Spring 2003 (thirteen reels of microfilm)
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Bodleian Library,MS.Eng.poet.d.75, fols. 51v–66v: draft of a speech opposing ‘the state-regulation of vice’ (KB's hand)
Huntington Library, California: manuscript copy of ‘The Iris Was Yellow’, dated c. 1890 (reference CB 36), together with a letter from Bradley to Frances Power Cobbe (also dated c. 1890): reference CB 35
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Anonymous. ‘Obituary of “Michael Field” [Katharine Harris Bradley]; died September 26th’. The Athenaeum, 17 October 1914 (4538), 399.
Anonymous. Review of Underneath the Bough, by Michael Field. The Athenaeum, 9 September 1893 (3437), 345–6.
Anonymous. Review of Wild Honey from Various Thyme, by Michael Field. The Athenaeum, 4 April 1908, 414.
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