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SYYPodcast: This week’s story was first published in a periodical called “Home Chimes,” but I could find zero images of that one, so this is Edith Nesbit’s collection of short stories wherein the tale was published after its initial release. Don’t miss “Man Size in Marble” tomorrow!

SYYPodcast: This week’s story was first published in a periodical called “Home Chimes,” but I could find zero images of that one, so this is Edith Nesbit’s collection of short stories wherein the tale was published after its initial release. Don’t miss “Man Size in Marble” tomorrow!

SYYPodcast: This week’s story was first published in a periodical called “Home Chimes,” but I could find zero images of that one, so this is Edith Nesbit’s collection of short stories wherein the tale was published after its initial release. Don’t miss “Man Size in Marble” tomorrow!

2Lesser: The 21st of our 31 radio/audio/podcast drama recommendations for the witching hour is: “Man-Sized Marble” by Edith Nesbit broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1997.

Medea_Matters: Halstead is a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent,.. Home to Edith Nesbit, author of The Railway Children.. Jenny Agutter starred in the film version. Logan's Run was another one of her films... just saying..

mightbeyagmur: But the hour has come and the hour has gone That never will come again; Love's only chance is over and done, And the quick and the dead are twain, not one, And the price has been paid in vain. -Edith Nesbit, The Vain Spell

TranscendUs: It's a curious thing that people only ask if you are enjoying yourself when you aren't. ~ Edith Nesbit

kinktomato: Does anyone else mix up Enid Blyton and Edith Nesbit?

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MaggieMillus: “It is a curious thing that people only ask if you are enjoying yourself when you aren’t.” – Edith Nesbit, author

auntymarx: Tbf Edith Nesbit's children's books are probably the answer to everything even if you don't know what the question is

LonaManning: Loved Edith Nesbit's books as a kid and I look forward to reading this!

robsaucedo2500: Looking for a spooky Halloween tale? Edith Nesbit’s MAN-SIZE IN MARBLE is a great 1893 tale of two ghoulish knights and the married couple unlucky enough to cross their path.

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kjccreates: I'm finding WOMEN'S WEIRD: Strange Stories by Women, 1899-1940 to be an excellent companion these October nights. Some famous names I never knew wrote spooky stuff, like Edith Nesbit and Edith Wharton (tho I shouldn't be surprised by the latter as ETHAN FROME was a nightmare).

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widdershins_pod: “The Ebony Frame” by Edith Nesbit is live! Tune in for a beautifully creepy gothic.

Classicghostst1: Man Sized in Marble by Edith Nesbit: Listen now (34 min) | Edith Nesbit Edith Nesbit was an English novelist born in 1858 in Kennington, which was then Surrey and is now part of London. She died in 1924 in the next county from where she was born. Nesbit...

MuratAykul: Edith Nesbit, Agatha Christie, Camille Paglia, Candida Ferreira...

stagestheatreco: Inspired by the book The Enchanted Castle by Edith Nesbit (author of The Railway Children) ENCHANTED MYSTERY is a fall adventure through downtown Hopkins!

widdershins_pod: Coming tomorrow, our latest episode and gothic story: “The Ebony Frame” by Edith Nesbit.

CailinCeltic: Teach me to dream my heart still pure as snow, Teach me to dream my lips deserve this grace: Then let me wake in some forgotten place, And know you are gone,but never see you go. Dream-Dew Edith Nesbit Images -Google PicFinder

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RussGRNnWhite: “It is a curious thing that people only ask if you are enjoying yourself when you aren’t.” / Author Edith Nesbit, quoted in The Browser

Faust89823700: Edith Nesbit - The Poet To His Love ALL the flight of thoughts here, shy, bold, scared, intrusive, Fluttering in the sun, between the green and blue, Wheeling, whirling, poising, lovely and elusive, How to cage the flying thoughts, my winged delight, for you?

Faust89823700: Edith Nesbit - Chagrin D'Amour IF Love and I were all alone I might forget to grieve, And for his pleasure and my own Might happier garlands weave; But you sit there, and watch us wear The mourning wreaths you wove: And while such mocking eyes you bear

Faust89823700: And I turn my eyes away. Edith Nesbit

MPSElthamWest: Whilst on patrol in Edith Nesbit Walk SE9 we noticed the burnt out motorcycle was still there. It had been reported on ‘fix my street’ .I will contact the council and see if there is any update for it to be taken away.

edmundhee1: Modern cartoons and classic literature, an update: Steven Universe = Pollyanna + The Wizard of Oz Hilda = Edith Nesbit in General Twelve Forever = Peter Pan Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts = The Wind in the Willows The Owl House = American Harry Potter

keswickbro: C.S Lewis, Enid Blyton, Edith Nesbit, Lucy M Boston, can you hear me? Your kids took one hell of a beating!

nikikin12396447: So when I started school I could read. I went through all the scheme books and was soon a “Free Reader.” I read Enid Blyton, Dr Zeus, later The Moomins, The Borrowers, Edith was all magical.

LDNParticulars: Edith Nesbit lived in Eltham when she wrote Five Children and It, The Phoenix and the Carpet and The Railway Children. Well Hall Pleasaunce includes these cravings of the Phoenix and the Psammead. No Jenny Agutter…

RubyNovaDev: Turns out I had no data so I'm posting the highlights from my walk now. Mostly trees, however I also managed to find where Edith Nesbit (the author of "the railway children") used to live along with her inspiration from the book. A lone fence from her house is all that's left.

vaneharriet: am I in an edith nesbit novel or ??

Ancient0History: There are some familiar names in each: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Edith Nesbit, and Marjorie Bowen are all here. Between the two Women's Weird books you get 26 stories, Weird Women gives you 21. Amazingly (or perhaps not, several of these women were

JamesSReaney: Edith Nesbit, author of The Railway Children, was a political activist, co-founder of the Fabian Society in 1884, a lifelong socialist & defied conventions — she was seven months pregnant when she married & lived in a ménage à trois.

LiteraryVienna: “There is no bond like having read and liked the same books.” Edith Nesbit

forwardnotback: 16: T S Eliot 17: Edith Nesbit 18: James 19: A Reindeer 20: Baseball BROWN1: Snoopy BROWN2: Dorset BROWN3: Bakerloo BROWN4: Hot Chocolate BROWN5: Pam Grier

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alan_ha11: "...The Three Gables’ where Edith Nesbit lived over a five-year period in the 1890s . It is strongly held belief that the author got her inspiration to write ‘The Railway Children’ during her stay in Grove Park." more:

urminaia: BD - Edith Nesbit (15 Aug. 1858 - 4 May 1924).

UoYBorthwick: Author Edith Nesbit of 'The Railway Children' fame was born OTD in 1858 - read about the surprising connection we found to her family in the 1820s copybook of young Thomas Skaife of Braisty Wood, Yorkshire.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English writer Edith Nesbit (August 15,1858), author of "The Railway Children" (1906) and at least 43 other novels.

wherrypilgrim: "And love shines tremulous, like a drowning star, Under the shadow of the wings of war." Edith Nesbit, war poet and author of THE RAILWAY CHILDREN, born August 15, 1858:

27Tawnyowl: Today we are celebrating the birth of Edith Nesbit who was born 162 years ago today. A famous author and poet she wrote many books including ‘The Railway Children’.

0to19BCPSchools: Love gave me sunlight, gave me rain, Love taught me pleasure, brought me pain, and scourged my soul with loss and gain. Edith Nesbit on her birthday

KateSchaeferZ: Nesbit's books were filed under Edith Bland. I found them there as I worked through my project of reading all the books in the children's section starting with A and giving up somewhere around R, I think.

varanasisarma: “'You are the fairest May,' said he, 'That ever strayed from Heaven.' “ (Edith Nesbit) “Where never I walked alone before I wander in the weeds;” (Dorothy Parker)

magog83: The opening stanza of Edith Nesbit's poem about August is a mood

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ajosshi: Book 237 of 2020 finished - Five Children and It by Edith Nesbit. A delightful little silly story.

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MelanieJaxn: And then some day you'll pass my way, See gold and crimson, bell and star, And catch my garden's soul, and say: 'How sweet these cottage gardens are!' -Edith Nesbit

mariokartreal: apparently edith nesbit was good friends with peter kropotkin and sergius stepniak and she based the russian exile in the railway children off of them.. ok!

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Autoayuda_Es: Ghost Stories - Lewis Carroll; Joseph Thomas Sheridan Le Fanu; Edith Nesbit; Charles Dickens; Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman; Saki; Anónimo; Bram Stoker

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bekitty: Edith Nesbit, followed quickly by Margaret Mahy and Susan Cooper.

conspiracism: Edith Nesbit (I think; she's the first who comes to mind. I read her well before Le Guin)

oliviacpaschal: though lol now that I think about it the technically true answer to this question is probably Edith Nesbit

Hapless23: Edith Nesbit.

The_Doc_Webb: Edith Nesbit, Jane Yolken, and Patricia Wrede got me into fantasy as a kid. Wrede especially has influenced my taste in fantasy and personal storytelling style to this day.

amyherself: Ohh although Edith Nesbit, Mary Norton (the Borrowers) and Ruth Chew (Trouble With Magic etc). And once I was a bit older probably Mary Stewart (Crystal Cave series) and Anne Mccaffery (Harper Hall trilogy) were probably up next.

kerfuggle: Edith Nesbit, Diana Wynne Jones, Lois Lowry, Anne McCaffrey

cathschaffstump: Edith Nesbit.

LethalityJane: Hm, not sure. I definitely read Edith Nesbit, P.L. Travers, and Mary Norton books in elementary school though. Lynne Reid Banks was in there too. I actually didn't read any Le Guin until I was an adult.

Annie_Leonhartd: I used to think Tolkien was inspired by Edith Nesbit's The Enchanted Castle to create the One Ring in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. But apparently, Tolkien took the idea from a real ring:

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bridgebyapool: Even before the age of ten I was hooked on Ursula K. Le Guin, Anne McCaffrey, Madeleine L’Engle, Diana Wynne Jones, Tove Jansson, Anna Sewell, Ursula Moray Williams, Mary Norton, Richmal Crompton, Edith Nesbit, Lynne Reid Banks, P. L. Travers, Philippa Pearce and Susan Cooper.

SingularityJosh: Also Edith Nesbit who wrote one of my favourite stories of all time, The Railway Children

LethalityJane: Rowling wasn't even particularly revolutionary in British children's fantasy literature. Edith Nesbit's works from the beginning of the 20th century were hugely influential and helped inspire later female writers P.L. Travers and Diana Wynne Jones.

biryanifan: Mildred Wirt Benson (AKA Carolyn Keene). Judy Blume. Marjorie Henderson Buell. Margaret Wise Brown. Eleanor Cameron. Roz Chast. Beverly Cleary. Erika Fuchs. Carolyn Haywood. Shirley Jackson. Toni Morrison. Edith Nesbit. Dorothy Parker. Ruth Plumly Thompson. Virginia Woolf.

shweedie: I'm very grateful that someone responded with Edith Nesbit, because I couldn't for the life of me remember what the book about children learning the language of flowers that I loved when I was little was or who wrote it!

theothergrouse: I... pardon? Let's look at C20th British children's fiction only, then. Beatrix Potter Enid Blyton Joan Aiken Margery Sharp Jacqueline Wilson Mallorie Blackman Philippa Pearce Mary Norton Edith Nesbit Judith Kerr (DE-born, naturalised to GB) Phyllis Arkle Alison Uttley More?

AndrewSimpson41: Andrew Simpson: Connections ...... Edith Nesbit of Well Hall and William Barefoot Labour politican and councillor for Eltham:

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an_anarkhia: Edith Nesbit be like 'i know a place' and anyone call fall down from it

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orthonormalist: It was Five Children and It!

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THR: Prolific author Jacqueline Wilson revived Edith Nesbit’s beloved 1902 British fantasy-adventure 'Five Children and It' with 2012’s 'Four Children and It,' although the book is only now getting a feature adaptation

AndrewSimpson41: Andrew Simpson: Recreating the lost Well Hall House with Edith Nesbit:

DamnYamn: The Phoenix and the Carpet by Edith Nesbit – First Edition Children’s Books – Vintage Child Book, Psammead Series, Looking Glass, 1950s by TheCharmedBookshop

Coffin_Road: Good news, weird fiction fans! Coffin Road's audiobook production of "The Ebony Frame by Edith Nesbit is now available on YouTube! Check it out now and subscribe to the channel for more!

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SchoolDepotCoUk: Nesbit, Edith

dalkeybookfest: Our judges said: "A nuanced, meticulously researched, and riveting biography of the children's author Edith Nesbit whose life was fascinating and various, and whose work & socialist activism were influential to so many, from Shaw to Noël Coward." Winners announced 20 June 8pm

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bbcgenome: The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit was one of the best loved children's stories of the 20th Century. It has been adapted for radio and TV several times - making the cover of Radio Times in 1957. See the listing and read the whole magazine here:

donaana_artist: “So the wicked were punished, and the good and true lived happy ever after. So may the wicked suffer, and honest folk prosper till the world's end.” Excerpt From Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare Edith Nesbit

WomenWriters: Edith Nesbit is considered the inventor of the children’s adventure story, but who was the person behind the best loved classics The Railway Children and Five Children and It?

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