Allen, Orphia Jane. Barbara Pym: Writing a Life. Scarecrow Press, 1994.
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|Literary Setting||Bernice Rubens||
In the second book Aaron and Leon Bindel emigrate to Wales, where when Leon declares his intention of marrying a Welsh woman his brother mourns him like one dead. When his mother, too, visiting...
|politics||Pamela Hansford Johnson||
Later, in late summer 1967 she visited Auschwitz (at the Polish town of Oswiecim). Once the horror of the place had flooded her (the murdered millions, the gleeful (or indifferent) eyes [that] must have...
In Journey from the North Jameson calls her acceptance of this position one of my more insane blunders
but notes that she could not refuse it, either when it was first offered or later...
Jameson, Storm. Journey from the North. Harper and Row, 1970.
|Textual Features||Sara Maitland||
This genre seems almost impossible in the late twentieth century, but the authors believe that saints today are potentially spiritual resources whose presences through the traces they have left behind in the minds of the...
|Textual Features||Betty Miller|
|Textual Features||Bernice Rubens||
When asked to write his autobiography for publication, Dreyfus both fears and wishes to break his silence. He begins his story with his terribly ironical christening. His self-discovery runs parallel in the novel with the...
|Textual Features||Carol Rumens||
These poems capture and transmit paradoxes about nationality, geography, violence, loss, the love and the hatred of Otherness. Outside Oswiecim commands, Not the six million, not the holocaust, / not words that mass-produce...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Sybille Bedford|