Watts, Marjorie, and Frances King. Mrs. Sappho. Duckworth, 1987.
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|Friends, Associates||Ella D'Arcy|
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Mew|
|Friends, Associates||Catharine Amy Dawson Scott|
|Friends, Associates||Evelyn Sharp|
|Friends, Associates||Constance Smedley|
|Literary responses||Ella D'Arcy||
Netta Syrett called her letters in general some of the most amusing I ever read.
Syrett, Netta. The Sheltering Tree. Geoffrey Bles, 1939.
|Textual Production||Ella D'Arcy||
Before Harland accepted it, Irremediable had been rejected by Blackwood's on the grounds that marriage was a sacrament and could not be so summarily treated,
and more generally from dislike of the bleak tone of...
Clarke, John Stock. Ella D’Arcy.
|Textual Production||Evelyn Sharp||
Lane accepted the novel in November 1894 for his series called after George Egerton 's Keynotes.
It appeared on the recommendation of Lane's readers John Davidson and Richard Le Gallienne , with Aubrey Beardsley
John, Angela V. Evelyn Sharp: Rebel Woman, 18691955. Manchester University Press, 2009.
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