One of the final writings of a Victorian Jew who Oscar Wilde praised as a "girl of genius" has been auctioned for £3,500.
The poem by Amy Levy, At Dawn, was sold at Bonhams on Wednesday for £500 more than anticipated.
Written around 1889, shortly before Levy's suicide, it is the first time any of her work had been made for sale.
A feminist who had a relationship with the novelist Vernon Lee, Levy defied the expectations of her middle-class Jewish upbringing, becoming Newnham College Cambridge's first Jewish woman student.
Despite her premature death at 27, she was a prolific writer, publishing books and essays and attracting praise from Wilde.
"When you think of the prejudices women of the time faced, and for her to face them as a Jew, then [her story] is even more extraordinary," said Roy Davids, who sold the poem.