Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph, 1966.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Literary responses||Dorothy Whipple|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Githa Sowerby||
She had worked on it during a visit to Sutton Courtenay just before she was married, and finished it in late 1913. Curtis Brown had wanted her to produce something more light-hearted, but several theatre...
She began writing seriously after the war, driven by the need for money. Siepmann had no job and they both intended to earn by writing. By 1947 she had apparently completed the draft of one...
She had the idea for this book about a country house family, requiring detailed knowledge of cricket, while sitting in the hot sun shortly after her previous novel appeared. The new idea made her pulse...
She wrote and rewrote this story three times before sending it to a publisher. After putting out this novel Blackie remained her primary publisher for most of her forty -years' output, and the head of...
|Publishing||Daphne Du Maurier|
|Textual Production||Josephine Tey|
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