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Royal College of Music
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|Education||Elizabeth von Arnim||
May was a strong student. In the Senior Certificate public examination in July 1883 she emerged top in history among pupils at all Ealing schools, and she particularly impressed her examiners with an essay about...
VT , who had been passionate about music from early childhood, began to attend the Royal College of Music .
|Family and Intimate relationships||Radclyffe Hall||
Marie Radclyffe-Hall, RH 's mother, married Alberto Visetti , a professor of singing at the Royal College of Music , seven years after petitioning for divorce from her first husband.
Cline, Sally. Radclyffe Hall: A Woman Called John. John Murray, 1997.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Georgette Heyer||
Sylvia (Watkins) Heyer , GH 's mother, came from a large family who owned tugboats. She married on 10 August 1901 when she was twenty-five years old, giving up a potential career in music (she...
|Textual Production||Ethel Lilian Voynich||
ELV always retained her passion for music even when she was heavily committed to revolutionary political activity. Stepniak encouraged her interest, and after her fourth novel in 1910 she took a break from literature and...