Standard Name: Stephens, James,, 1880 - 1950
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One of LC 's first teachers was her nanny, Mary Kavanagh , who tutored Leonora and told her ghost stories. When LC was a child she was also exposed to stories by Beatrix Potter ,...
|Friends, Associates||Lady Ottoline Morrell||
LOM continued to entertain in London, hosting such guests as Ethel Smyth , Elizabeth Bowen , Stephen Spender , Max Beerbohm , Hope Mirrlees , Djuna Barnes , Charlie Chaplin , the novelist Henry Green
|Friends, Associates||Katharine Tynan||
At Clarebeg they began holding a literary salon for Irish writers and intellectuals. Their guests included Irish writer Padraic Colum , his wife Mary Gunning Maguire (later an eminent literary critic), poet and novelist James Stephens
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During the last twenty years of her life, she became increasingly passionate about Irish politics and about her own Irish heritage. She closely followed news of the Easter Rising in Dublin, in 1916 and...
|Textual Features||Katharine Tynan||
She limited her selection to Irish lyrical poetry of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, excluding political poems and poems either derived from English or already well-known to English audiences. Her wide range of poets included...
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