Stoney, Barbara. Enid Blyton. Hodder and Stoughton, 1974.
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EW published a volume of short stories entitled Certain People on 21 October 1930 (the same day of the year as two earlier publications).
Her final collection of stories, Ghosts, appeared...
Borne Back Daily.
21 October 2014
|Family and Intimate relationships||Naomi Royde-Smith|
|Friends, Associates||Alison Uttley|
|Friends, Associates||Violet Hunt|
|Friends, Associates||Storm Jameson|
|Friends, Associates||Helen Waddell|
|Friends, Associates||Ruth Pitter|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Webb|
|Friends, Associates||Rose Macaulay|
|Friends, Associates||Dorothy Wellesley|
|Friends, Associates||Frances Cornford||
FC also developed friendships, although not close ones, with Walter de la Mare , Eric Gill , Bertrand Russell , Siegfried Sassoon , Ralph and Ursula Vaughan Williams, and Virginia Woolf .
Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
|Friends, Associates||Rose Macaulay||
In 1921 RM was spending several nights a week in a room she rented in the large house of writer Naomi Royde-Smith at 44 Prince's Gardens, Kensington.
Chosen by Royde-Smith as a...
Emery, Jane. Rose Macaulay: A Writer’s Life. John Murray, 1991.
Babington Smith, Constance. Rose Macaulay. Collins, 1972.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Margiad Evans|