Judd, Denis. Alison Uttley. Michael Joseph, 1986.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Enid Blyton||
In 1933 Hugh Pollock suffered some kind of breakdown, compounded by heavy drinking and overwork, but apparently stemming from traumatic memories of action in the first world war. His first recovery was followed by recurrences...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Judith Kazantzis|
|Literary responses||Alison Uttley|
With the outbreak of World War Two, the Muirs found that there were no longer buyers for German translations, which had been their livelihood. Therefore, in 1940, WM took a job as second in command...
|Textual Production||Kate Parry Frye|