Colby, Vineta. Vernon Lee: A Literary Biography. University of Virginia Press, 2003.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Vernon Lee|
|Friends, Associates||A. Mary F. Robinson|
|Friends, Associates||F. Mabel Robinson|
|Leisure and Society||Lady Cynthia Asquith|
|Leisure and Society||Vernon Lee||
John Singer Sargent painted her portrait in 1881, looking [a]usterely boyish.
Dillon, Brian. “At Tate Britain”. London Review of Books, No. 17, p. 27.
|Leisure and Society||Anne Thackeray Ritchie|
|Leisure and Society||Angela Thirkell||
Three years into this marriage, the future AT was painted by John Singer Sargent . The work was thought to be particularly successful because of her strong character as a sitter: her combination of tremulous...
|Leisure and Society||Viola Tree|
She was unhappy that Sargent 's portrait of her was reproduced as the frontispiece, but was otherwise pleased with the book and its sales. It included four previously unpublished essays, two of them on the...
|Textual Features||Vernon Lee|
|Textual Features||Ada Leverson||
In this novel Valentia Wyburn, another clever woman, has been five years married and has a lover (though their sexual relationship is never particularised) besides her husband. But she breaks with him when she discovers...