Wilfrid Meynell

Standard Name: Meynell, Wilfrid

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Viola Meynell
Wilfrid Meynell , Viola's father, co-edited the journal Merry England with his wife. For eighteen years he edited the Weekly Register, a Catholic periodical.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Badeni, June. The Slender Tree: A Life of Alice Meynell. Tabb House, 1981.
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He died on 21 October 1948.
MacKenzie, Raymond N. A Critical Biography of English Novelist Viola Meynell, 1885-1956. Edwin Mellen, 2002.
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Family and Intimate relationships Alice Meynell
Alice Thompson married Wilfrid Meynell , a journalist and editor who had converted to Catholicism at eighteen.
AM 's daughter-biographer Viola Meynell , however, dated her parents' wedding to the autumn 1877.
Meynell, Viola. Alice Meynell: A Memoir. J. Cape, 1947.
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Badeni, June. The Slender Tree: A Life of Alice Meynell. Tabb House, 1981.
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“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Family and Intimate relationships Katharine Tynan
They held their marriage ceremony at the home of the MeynellWilfrid Meynell s in Palace Court, London. On her marriage KT took her husband's name for social and personal purposes, although she continued to publish...
Friends, Associates Susan Miles
During her years at Bloomsbury, UR met the many distinguished literary figures who were either parishioners or readers at fund-raising events, like T. S. Eliot , John Middleton Murry , Edith Sitwell , Wilfrid Meynell
Friends, Associates Evelyn Sharp
Others with whom she shared this or that memorable experience were the Meynells (Wilfrid , Alice , and Viola ), Clarence Rook and his wife, and Henry W. Nevinson , whom she eventually married...
Friends, Associates Eleanor Farjeon
Back in London she acquired a circle of largely musical friends, many of them later well-known names, including Myra Hess and Clifford and Arnold Bax . Later this circle expanded to include literary people: Viola Meynell
Friends, Associates Katharine Tynan
Among those who frequented KT 's salon were George Russell (Æ), Irish Nationalist and Fenian leader John O'Leary , Gaelic scholar and revivalist Douglas Hyde (founder of the Gaelic League , 1893), and George Sigerson
Friends, Associates Alice Meynell
AM became acquainted with the poet Francis Thompson (no relation), a thin, nervous man, ravaged by drug-taking,
Badeni, June. The Slender Tree: A Life of Alice Meynell. Tabb House, 1981.
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over a year after he had submitted a manuscript to Wilfrid Meynell for publication in Merry England.
Badeni, June. The Slender Tree: A Life of Alice Meynell. Tabb House, 1981.
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politics Katharine Tynan
KT accompanied Wilfrid Meynell and Vernon Blackburn to a mass meeting about the London Dock Strike, where she heard the socialist and unionist John Burns speak.
Tynan, Katharine. Twenty-Five Years: Reminiscences. Smith, Elder, 1913.
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Publishing Alice Meynell
This side of her prolific career lasted for more than thirty years. By 1881 she was writing reviews and art and literary criticism for the Scots Observer (which lasted till nearly the end of the...
Publishing Viola Meynell
Certain that the small religious firm Herbert and Daniel would not want this work, VM approached Martin Secker , newly established in 1909, who agreed to publish it even before reading it, on grounds of...
Publishing Mary Frances Billington
MFB was a contributor to the first issue of Merry England, an illustrated literary monthly magazine launched in London by Alice and Wilfrid Meynell and sold for one shilling.
Brake, Laurel, and Marysa Demoor, editors. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism In Great Britain and Ireland. Academia Press, 2009.
Publishing Marie Belloc Lowndes
MBL began early to publish short stories. In her diary she wrote that the first to see print was in a journal called Merry England (edited by Alice and Wilfrid Meynell from May 1883 to...
Reception Alice Meynell
AM later said she was pleased with The First Snow and Maternity because she found them two of her most undecorated, or simple, poems. She wrote to her husband that more undecorated, henceforth, my...
Residence Katharine Tynan
Having moved from Ealing, KT and her husband lived for four years in the Crescent in Notting Hill, in order to be near the MeynellWilfrid Meynell s.
Tynan, Katharine. The Middle Years. Constable, 1916.
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Tynan, Katharine. The Middle Years. Constable, 1916.
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