Goodman, Susan. Gertrude Bell. Berg, 1985.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Laura Riding||
Graves and Riding were touchy as friends, between their sense of literary mission (they saw Graves's biography of T. E. Lawrence as a somewhat demeaning potboiler, not part of his real work at all) and...
|Friends, Associates||Susan Tweedsmuir|
|Friends, Associates||Gertrude Bell|
|Friends, Associates||Rosita Forbes|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jan Morris||
When in the army and stationed at the international and cultural crossroads which was Palestine, Morris developed a strong interest in travel-writing and was drawn to three books in particular: Travels in Arabia Deserta...
|Literary responses||Freya Stark|
|Literary responses||Charlotte Mew|
They had help from Vyvyan Richards (who had formerly planned to set up a printing press with his close friend T. E. Lawrence ), which was needed since neither had much experience with hand-presses. They...
|Publishing||E. M. Forster|
|Textual Features||Patricia Beer||
It incorporated fifty new poems written since her collected volume. Among them, miscellaneous pieces succeed to a sequence of twelve sonnets entitled Wessex Calendar and a set of modern imagist verses entitled Observations. The...
|Textual Features||John Buchan||
Told in the first person by Richard Hannay, this novel concerns the ideas of jihad and fanatical Islamic warriors. It has for protagonist Sandy Arbuthnot, another of Buchan's thinking men of action, who is apparently...
|Textual Features||Catherine Carswell||
In this chapter CC also challenges the spite and unfairness of comments made by T. E. Lawrence on Charlotte Mew , and through her on [a]ll the women who ever wrote.
Carswell, Catherine. Lying Awake: An Unfinished Autobiography and Other Posthumous Papers. Carswell, JohnEditor , Secker and Warburg, 1950.
|Textual Production||George Bernard Shaw||
Sir Barry Jackson produced another play by GBS , Too True to Be Good, whose cast of characters includes a fictional representation of T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) as Private Meek.
Innes, Christopher. Modern British Drama, 1890-1990. Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Innes, Christopher, editor. The Cambridge Companion to George Bernard Shaw. Cambridge University Press, 1998.