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Frances Lord

(Henrietta) Frances Lord (1848 - 1923) was a British translator and feminist. She rose to particular prominence as the first translator of Ibsen’s works, including in 1882 Nora (later A Doll’s House), although the literary establishment deemed her translations unacceptable.

For further information see:
Elizabeth Crawford (1999) The Women’s Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide, 1866 - 1928 London: UCL Press
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