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Friends, Associates Muriel Spark
In London in early 1963 she was horrified to hear that a publisher had accepted a book about her by Derek Stanford . The rushed and patchyMuriel Spark: A Biographical and Critical Study appeared...
Reception E. H. Young
The bulk of EHY 's papers remain in the possession of Mr Bill Saunders . Her correspondence with Lady Ottoline Morrell is at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center , University of Texas at Austin .
Mezei, Kathy, and Chiara Briganti. “’She must be a very good novelist’: Rereading E. H. Young (1880-1949)”. English Studies in Canada, Vol.
, No. 3, pp. 303-31.
Reception Ethel Sidgwick
A three-page typescript on ES by William Stanley Braithwaite is located at the University of Texas at Austin , and a single document in the Peace Collection at Swarthmore College . The Bodleian Library ...
Reception Penelope Fitzgerald
Biographer Hermione Lee announcing in early April 2010 that she was working on PF , with access to her papers, and, best of all, her library of books with their many personal annotations.
Lee, Hermione. “From the Margins: Hermione Lee on Penelope Fitzgerald”. The Guardian, pp. Review 1 - 3.
Textual Features Mary Augusta Ward
The novel features Robert Elsmere's gradual loss of his orthodox Christian faith, and the tension which this causes between the emerging sceptic and his wife, Catherine Leyburn (based on MAW 's friend Laura Lyttleton )...
Textual Production Nina Hamnett
Some of NH 's letters are at the University of Texas at Austin .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Textual Production Melesina Trench
The University of Texas at Austin holds the only known copy. (MT also reproved Byron in verse for his English Bards and Scotch Reviewers.)
Trench, Melesina. The Remains of the Late Mrs. Richard Trench. Editor Trench, Richard Chenevix, Parker and Bourn, 1862.
Textual Production Beatrice Harraden
BH is said to have devoted only an hour and a half each day to her writing, allowing it to encroach no further than this on her life.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.,
In 1930 she was awarded an annual...
Textual Production Una Troubridge
Some of UT 's day books, of which she wrote at least sixty (sometimes covering the same period in more than one diary), are now in the hands of Alessandro Rossi-Lemeni Makedon , the descendant...
Textual Production Caroline Herschel
During her last years in HanoverCH wrote many letters that survive and many writings in personal biography, autobiography and family history. Her own early Day-Books and Sweep-Books were pressed into service for these later...
Textual Production Storm Jameson
SJ corresponded with writers, politicians and activists of every stripe from many nations, but she believed it better to destroy most correspondence as soon as she had dealt with it, and she acted on this...
Textual Production Evelyn Waugh
Waugh had begun keeping a diary as an adolescent, but he evidently destroyed those parts that covered his years at Oxford . Also missing from the extant diary are any account of the end of...
Textual Production Denise Levertov
DL left an extensive archive, the bulk of which is at Stanford University . Other papers are held by such collections as those of the University of Texas at Austin , Washington University at St...
Textual Production Lady Ottoline Morrell
Most of LOM 's papers are held by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin .
Darroch, Sandra Jobson. Ottoline: The Life of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1975.
Textual Production Joanna Southcott
The novel was pointed out to her by her follower the Rev. T. P. Foley . The element in it that attracted her was probably the heroine's prophetic dreams. The commentary consists of 28 lines...


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Mudge, Bradford Keyes, and Sara Coleridge. "Child of Genius": The Life and Essays of Sara Coleridge. University of Texas at Austin, 1986.