Grant, Joy. Stella Benson: A Biography. Macmillan, 1987.
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|Cultural formation||Denise Levertov||
Her parents belonged to the educated, professional middle class, and were practising Christians within the Church of England , where (even to a teenager beginning to experience doubts) the services were beautiful with candlelight and...
Her godmother Aunt Bertha lent her the funds to attend Oxford. She was greatly influenced by the lectures of Gilbert Murray , Regius Professor of Greek, who lectured on Greek drama and had also founded...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Kathleen Raine|
|Friends, Associates||Rose Macaulay|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Naomi Mitchison|
In June 1921, they moved the Fellowship Services to the Guildhouse, Eccleston Square, where MR continued to preach until she resigned in December 1936. She resigned because, she said, I have to choose; and...
Brought up in a Conservative family, MR began in her late twenties and early thirties to develop the Socialist views she espoused throughout her adulthood. She said, however, I never joined any party ....
|Textual Production||Eleanor Rathbone||
ER was already alert to the effects of expansionist fascism when she contributed a foreword to The Tragedy of Abyssinia. What Britain Feels and Thinks and Wants, published by the League of Nations Union .
Pedersen, Susan. Eleanor Rathbone and the Politics of Conscience. Yale University Press, 2004.