Standard Name: Davies, Robertson
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|Literary responses||Ellen Wood||
East Lynne makes an appearance in Robertson Davies 's novel Tempest-Tost, 1951, as part of a comic-moral fictional anecdote about the disparity between the apparent and market value of old books that nobody has...
|Literary responses||Mary Elizabeth Braddon||
In 1951 Canadian novelist Robertson Davies made this book the centre of a fictional anecdote: a distinguished professor bequeaths to his grand-daughter a box of battered old books (Lady Audley's Secret, Mrs Henry Wood
|Literary responses||Pauline Johnson||
Critical reception of PJ 's writing has been uneven, ranging from outright dismissals to celebrations. These responses clearly illuminate the preoccupations of critics, many of whom were primarily interested in constructing narrow versions of Canadian...
In a Book Buyer article of January 1897, American novelist and short story writer Stephen Crane called this novel Ouida's Masterpiece and a song of the brave. He particularly liked the character Cigarette, a figure...
|Textual Production||Ethel Wilson|
By early September 1986