lanoe falconer

(Mary elizabeth hawker)




DING 2012: “Although born in Aberdeenshire, she grew up in Hampshire, at Longparish House, near Whitchurch, where she spent most of her life.”


Old Hampshire Vignettes. 1907. London: Macmillan & Co. SC.

“Stories of life as she knew it in her young days, near Hurstbourne Prior, Hampshire.” Leclaire (1954: 251)

Kingkong Project

Mary Elizabeth HAWKER (F: 1848 Jan 29 - 1908 Jun 16) (&ps: Lanoe FALCONER)

Mademoiselle Ixe [f|1890]

15258Cecilia De Noel (ps: Lanoe FALCONER) [f|1891]

Shoulder To Shoulder [f|1891]

The Hôtel D'Angleterre (ps: Lanoe FALCONER) [s|1891]

The Wrong Prescription [f|1893]

   Old Hampshire Vignettes [f|1907]

For Further Information about her life and works, see:

Buurma, Rachel Sagner. 2007. “Anonymity, Corporate Authority, and the Archive: The Production of Authorship in Late-Victorian England”. Victorian Studies 50.1: 15-42.

Lee, Elizabeth. 2004. “Hawker, Mary Elizabeth (1848-1908)”.

March-Phillipps, Evelyn. 1912.  “Lanoe Falconer”. Cornhill Magazine 3.32: 231-44.

March-Phillipps, Evelyn. 1914. “Leaves from the Note-Books of Lanoe Falconer”. Cornhill Magazine 3.36: 480-489.

March-Phillipps, Evelyn. 1915. Lanoe Falconer. London: Nisbet.

Rowland, Peter. 2009. The Unobstrusive Miss Hawker: The Life and Works of “Lanoe Falconer”, Late Victorian Novelist and Short Story Writer, 1848-1908. Palo Alto, Ca.: Academica Press..

Rowland, Peter. 2010.  “Introduction”. The Collected Stories of Lanoe Falconer. Palo Alto, Ca.: Academica Press.

Stewart, Clare. 2000. “Fighting Spirit: Victorian Women Ghost Stories”. Ph D thesis. University of Glasgow: 171-209.



Mary Elizabeth Hawker

(Ps. Lanoe Falconer)



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