Murphy, Dervla. Transylvania and Beyond. Murray, 1992.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Freya Stark|
|Friends, Associates||Freya Stark|
|Friends, Associates||Dervla Murphy|
|Literary responses||Betty Miller||
Having received it in manuscript, Jock Murray wrote, I have read 150 pages and cannot go to bed. This must sound like . . . a fan letter—just what it is.
He went on...
Miller, Sarah, and Betty Miller. “Introduction”. On the Side of the Angels, Virago, 1985, p. vii - xviii.
|Material Conditions of Writing||Angela Thirkell||
She began working on this a little before her collection of children's stories. She was at first intimidated by the idea of doing historical, archival research. Her publisher, Hamilton , encouraged her, and when she...
Thinking of her father's years of hoping and struggling to publish his novels, DM said she felt her life had been chosen as the medium through which all the strivings of generations of scribbling Murphys...
John Jock Murray and Sir Sydney Cockerell initially advised Stark against writing this book, urging her to remain in the travel genre rather than attempt philosophical writing. However, they apologized for their opinions when the...
|Textual Features||Dervla Murphy||
Here frequent notes, both longer and shorter, are interspersed among the diary entries. The tone is less ecstatic than Full Tilt, but it records the satisfactions of difficulties overcome and employs a good deal...
|Textual Production||Betty Miller|
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