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Author: Zwaardemaker-Visscher, Jacoba Berendina

Pseudonyms:Cornelie - Cornelia
Spouse/other names:Zwaardemaker-Visscher, Codien
Year of birth:1835
Year of death:1912
About her personal situation:standardizingjdgjan14 Standardizing Origin • Place of birth : Utrecht • Place(s) of residence: Utrecht • Place of death: Utrecht National identity • Nationality : Dutch • First languages : Dutch Marital status : - Married - Widowed Number of children : 2 Name(s) of children: Not yet checked Gender of children : male | male Social class : - Not yet checked Education: - School education - Educated at home Religion [/ideology]: - Protestant (father protestant minister)

Relations to other authors:

About her professional situation:standardizingjdgjan14 Standardizing Authorial attribution: - Married name - Pseudonym female Profession(s) and other activities : - Social-cultural activist - Contributor to periodical press - Editor of periodical press - Fiction writer/novelist - Translator from German - Translator from English Languages in which she wrote : - Dutch Collaboration/connections with male authors : - Not yet checked Financial aspects of this woman’s career: - Not yet checked Memberships - Other : Literary society
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Basse I 116 Cf. - Bosch, Geslacht 91 - Johanna Naber, Van onze oud-tantes en tantes (1917), p. 191-246. Letters written by and adressed to her in: - UBU - UBA - UBL (Bohn, publisher) online-portrait in BWN
Websites: Biography in BWN (Lotte Jensen)

Editors: Susanne Parren (update on 12 December 2009)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 15 March 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 25 March 2012)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 03 May 2013)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 09 May 2013)
Janouk de Groot (update on 21 January 2014)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 31 May 2014)
Guus Robroeks (update on 01 July 2014)

Works written by this author

E 1 *Jacoba Berendina Zwaardemaker - Visscher, the author ()
E 2 *Translation of Caine Hall: The Bondman (1891)
E 3 *Translation of Dieterici: *Mirjam. Oostersche roman in drie deelen (1888)
E 4 *Translation of Smith: *Is 't huwelijk eene fout? (1889)
E 5 *Translation of: *Dat is mijn man! Opgedragen aan allen die een gelukkig tehuis beminnen (1877)
E 6 *Translation of: *Die vrouw van mij! Een Amerikaansch verhaal (1878)
E 7 *Translation of: *Vrouwenkarakters : novellen voor vrouwen en meisjes (1871)
E 8 *Translation of: Das Brautgeschenk von Emilie (1872)
E 9 Ada Bermuda (1881)
E 10 Bijeengegaard, schetsen en novellen (1880)
E 11 De ruïne van den Oldenborgh (1885)
E 12 Een vrouwenwoord naar aanleiding van Vitringa's brochure: Over opvoeding en emancipatie der vrouw (1869)
E 13 Einde goed, alles goed (1852)
E 14 Grootmoeder: eene familiegeschiedenis (1892)
E 15 Het Toilet. Grootste en goedkoopste Modejournaal van Nederland ()
E 16 John Stuart Mill, De slavernij der vrouw (1870)
E 17 Novellen en schetsen (1900)
E 18 Sterk in leed (1894)
E 19 Tante Agathe's voogdijschap. Onwettig toch recht (1897)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Alcott, Louisa May   -   Aunt Jo's scrapbag
Xreception 2 Burow, Julie   -   *Vrouwenroeping (Woman's vocation)
Xreception 3 Compton Reade, Mrs.   -   Rose and Rue
Xreception 4 Eliot, George   -   Brother Jacob
Xreception 5 Eliot, George   -   The lifted veil
Xreception 6 Linton, Eliza Lynn   -   *Verhandeling over de philosophie van het huwelijk (Dissertation on the philosophy of marriage)
Xreception 7 Polko, Elise   -   *Kleine schetsen
Xreception 8 Polko, Elise   -   *Vrouwentypen
Xreception 9 Polko, Elise   -   Sie schreibt
Xreception 10 Polko, Elise   -   Ein Frauenleben