Gibbons, Stella. Conference at Cold Comfort Farm. Longmans, Green, 1949.
Thomas Love Peacock
Standard Name: Peacock, Thomas Love
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||George Meredith|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Harcourt|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Amabel Williams-Ellis||
In this text the husband and wife team set out to capture the flavour of life at Portmeirion, at a time when a damaging hydro-electric scheme was proposed for the region.It is written in...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Williams||
The framework of a group of cultured people standing for different points of view and exchanging ideas owes something to Thomas Love Peacock 's Headlong Hall, 1816 (also set in Wales), but Williams is...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Stella Gibbons||
Flora, now a mother of five, returns to Cold Comfort Farm to help organise a conference put on by Mr Mybug's International Thinker's Group.
The conference becomes an opportunity to bring together and satirize...
|Occupation||John Wilson Croker|
|Textual Features||Sarah Green||
The novel itself has elements of a spoof on the gothic, a didactic courtship plot, a social satire of the dialogue kind associated with Elizabeth Hamilton and Thomas Love Peacock , a sentimental melodrama, a...
|Textual Features||Elizabeth Hamilton||
Even before Zaarmilla arrives in England, issues like the class system, war, political corruption, and the slave trade have been addressed. His endless misconceptions cast a comic veneer over a trenchant critique of the ordinary...
|Textual Production||Percy Bysshe Shelley||
PBS composed his most famous prose work, A Defence of Poetry, a poetic credo conceived as an answer to Thomas Love Peacock 's Four Ages of Poetry.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Muriel Jaeger|
Thomas Love Peacock published his anonymous satirical novelHeadlong Hall.
By November 1818
Thomas Love Peacock published his satirical novelNightmare Abbey.
By 5 March 1831
Thomas Love Peacock published his satirical novelCrotchet Castle.
Thomas Love Peacock 's satirical novelGryll Grange was serialised in Fraser's magazine.