Standard Name: Frankau, Pamela
Birth Name: Pamela Frankau
Pseudonym: Eliot Naylor
Married Name: Pamela Dill
PF had a dazzling success with her first novel in 1927. She went on to publish more than thirty novels, as well as plays for stage and radio, short stories, autobiography, and an important anti-nuclear pamphlet. Despite several Virago reprints, she has not received the critical attention she deserves.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Julia Frankau|
West mentioned the story to Frankau just before its appearance, saying it was funny. Its publication caused a permanent rift between them, while Wolfe, though wounded, got over the wound. Four years later, Frankau retaliated...
|Friends, Associates||Rebecca West|
|Friends, Associates||Margery Lawrence|
|Friends, Associates||Marie Belloc Lowndes||
Apart from MBL 's established literary friends, there were many whose early writing she encouraged to particularly good effect: Graham Greene , Margaret Kennedy , Pamela Frankau , E. M. Delafield , and L. P. Hartley .
Elizabeth Northcote, Countess of Iddesleigh, Susan Lowndes Marques, and Marie Belloc Lowndes. “List of Books by Mrs Belloc Lowndes, Foreword”. Diaries and Letters of Marie Belloc Lowndes, 1911-1947, edited by Susan Lowndes Marques and Susan Lowndes Marques, Chatto and Windus, 1971, pp. prelims, 1 - 3.
|Literary responses||Rose Macaulay|
|Publishing||G. B. Stern||
GBS says she wrote one thriller, my first and last whodunit,
set in a Mediterranean villa occupied by an English holiday house-party, modelled on an actual group of her friends. The writing of it...
Stern, G. B. ...And did he stop and speak to you?. Henry Regnery, 1958.
|Textual Features||G. B. Stern|
|Textual Production||Kate O'Brien|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||G. B. Stern|