Watts, Marjorie, and Frances King. Mrs. Sappho. Duckworth, 1987.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Natalie Clifford Barney|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Dorothy Bussy|
|Friends, Associates||Catharine Amy Dawson Scott|
|Friends, Associates||Flora Annie Steel|
|Friends, Associates||Algernon Charles Swinburne|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Elizabeth Braddon|
|Friends, Associates||Lady Colin Campbell|
|Friends, Associates||Violet Fane|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Naomi Royde-Smith||
Its unnamed male protagonist, presented in the third person, is an artist back in London after thirty years away, staying in a flat in Piccadilly borrowed from his writer friend Humphrey Penderry. He and Penderry...
|Reception||Pamela Hansford Johnson||
PHJ 's poem Chelsea Reach (whose title is that of a famous, atmospheric picture by Whistler of this stretch of the River Thames) won the first annual poetry prize given by the Sunday Referee.
Johnson, Pamela Hansford. Important to Me. Macmillan; Scribner, 1974.
|Textual Features||Violet Hunt|