Mew, Charlotte. “Introduction”. Collected Poems and Prose, edited by Val Warner, Carcanet and Virago, 1981, p. ix - xxii.
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|death||Amelia B. Edwards||
She was buried in Ellen Braysher 's family plot at Henbury, just north of Westbury-on-Trym, her grave appropriately marked with an Egyptian obelisk. She bequeathed her egyptological library and collection of artefacts to...
|death||John Oliver Hobbes|
Penelope Fletcher (later PM ) was educated at private schools all over the place,
at least one of them hopelessly incompetent.
Gordon, Giles. “Obituary: Penelope Mortimer”. Guardian Weekly, p. 26.
Around the time that her mother became mortally ill, in 1928, Penelope...
Lord, Graham. John Mortimer, The Devil’s Advocate. The Unauthorised Biography. Orion, 2005.
She continued her education by attending lectures at University College, London , where she earned her Cambridge Certificate. She became skilled in Anglo-Saxon and later undertook several translations.
Dinnis, Enid M. Emily Hickey, Poet, Essayist—Pilgrim. Harding and More, 1927.
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|Education||A. Mary F. Robinson||
After that she studied in Italy and at University College , London, where she pursued literary and classical studies for seven years, specializing in Greek literature. She was said to have been the only...
|Education||F. Mabel Robinson|
After completing her undergraduate degree at Leeds she won, the same year, a John Ruteau Fellowship. It was intended for study at University College, London , but she soon transferred to King's College .
Staley, Thomas F., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 36. Gale Research, 1985.
Jameson, Storm. Journey from the North. Harper and Row, 1970.