John Davy Hayward

Standard Name: Hayward, John Davy


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Education Jeni Couzyn
Her basic poetry text was John Hayward 's Faber Book of English Verse. She didn't notice at the time that it gave only eleven pages out of 462 to women.
Couzyn, Jeni, editor. The Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Women Poets. Bloodaxe Books, 1985.
Friends, Associates Anne Ridler
Her brother was working for publishers George Bell , and she met a number of authors, including Antonia White and Margaret Kennedy . Later, through her own work, she met with T. S. Eliot 's...
Friends, Associates T. S. Eliot
Mirrlees was a Roman Catholic convert of some years' standing at the time of her closest contact with Eliot. John Hayward was a talented, acerbic, clubbable scholar crippled by muscular dystrophy.
Ackroyd, Peter. T.S. Eliot. Hamish Hamilton, 1984.
Literary responses Stevie Smith
Novel on Yellow Paper was an immediate critical success. Appreciation expressed in reviews by Naomi Mitchison and Rosamond Lehmann laid the foundations for SS 's friendships with these and other writers.
Spalding, Frances. Stevie Smith: A Critical Biography. Faber and Faber, 1988.
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
A poet, Robert Nichols
Literary responses Virginia Woolf
VW waited more than a week for comment of any kind on this publication, and was driven to dismiss her own disappointment as something she had now put behind her, writing the book off as...
Residence T. S. Eliot
Back in London in 1933 TSE lived in several places before moving into rooms in the presbytery attached to St Stephen's Church in Gloucester Road. He was still there in the first year of...
Textual Features Nancy Cunard
Making their first appearance in print are poems written for Valentine Ackland and for Nina Hamnett , and NC 's elegy for Eliot , written a few weeks after his death and only two months...


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Donne, John. “Chronological Table”. Complete Poetry and Selected Prose, edited by John Davy Hayward, Nonesuch Library, 1955, p. xi - xii.
Eliot, T. S. Selected Prose. Editor Hayward, John Davy, Penguin, 1963.