Carol Watts

Standard Name: Watts, Carol


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Health Dorothy Richardson
After her recovery Odle, realising that Richardson could no longer live alone, persuaded her to move into a hotel room in Cornwall for a time, then arranged for her move to a nursing home in...
Literary responses Dorothy Richardson
Recognition of the significance and complexity of DR 's oeuvre has risen markedly since the late 1970s. This predominantly feminist shift has been inspired and facilitated by Gloria Fromm 's major biography, released in 1977...
Textual Features Dorothy Richardson
Carol Watts notes the influence of two writers in particular on this volume. As she suggests, Miriam's personal and creative journey begins with a departure, as does Lucy Snowe's in Charlotte Brontë 's Villette...
Textual Features Dorothy Richardson
This book is Richardson at her most descriptive, revealing how much she had been influenced by the medium of film.
Fromm, Gloria G. Dorothy Richardson: A Biography. University of Illinois Press, 1977.
Carol Watts argues that many volumes of Pilgrimage are visually innovative: lantern slides and...
Textual Features Dorothy Richardson
The title of Richardson's column refers to the uninterrupted showing of a whole repeating sequence of films, which the audience could enter and exit whenever they chose (which is similar in structure to Pilgrimage)....


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