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Rawdon Crawley, who accommodated herself to polite life as if her ancestors had been people of fashion for centuries past--and who from her wit, talent, and energy, indeed merited a place of honour in Vanity Fair.
In an effort to show how one representative author accommodated herself to the magazine and its parent company, while also making her own demands, Worth looks at numerous examples of the fiction, non-fiction, periodical writing, and books that Oliphant published under the aegis of Macmillan's from the early 1860s until her death in 1897.