Mackworth, Cecily. Ends of the World. Carcanet, 1987.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Cecily Mackworth|
|Friends, Associates||Ivy Compton-Burnett||
Friendship did not blossom with Woolf, whom years later ICB described to Nathalie Sarraute as a terrible snob.
This was the period when Compton-Burnett was lionised after the publication of Brothers and Sisters...
Spurling, Hilary. Secrets of a Woman’s Heart. Hodder and Stoughton, 1984.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Christine Brooke-Rose||
CBR looked to Pound for technique and Beckett for morale, appreciating in each his obstinate humour in the face of despair.
She was also influenced by the French nouveau roman, especially the work of...
Hayman, David, and Keith Cohen. “An Interview with Christine Brooke-Rose”. Contemporary Literature, No. 1, pp. 1 - 23.
|Literary responses||Ann Quin||
Critics responded with enthusiasm. The reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement judged that Miss Quin has undoubtedly been influenced by such French novelists as Nathalie Sarraute and by the nouvelle vague movement in the cinema...
|Literary responses||Ivy Compton-Burnett|
|Author summary||Ann Quin|
|Textual Production||Cecily Mackworth|
|Textual Production||Hannah Arendt|