Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins, 2002.
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|Employer||Elizabeth Jane Howard|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Taylor|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Kate Clanchy|
|Literary responses||Rosamond Lehmann|
During the previous fifteen years of its life it had earned an income of £814 per annum (an average which takes in the total of three pounds in 1924 and £2,442 in 1938, its most...
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It was dedicated to Stone's wife, Janet. The first edition contained sixteen engravings and sixteen poems. Ruari McLean of The Monotype Corporation designed it as a specimen for a new typeface (Dante Roman and Italic)...
In the American edition, published by Viking Press in November 1933, the two authors' love poems are printed with no attributions, so that readers could not ascertain who wrote each individual poem. However, in the...