University of Tulsa

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Employer Germaine Greer
GG became Visiting Professor in the Graduate Faculty of Modern Letters at the University of Tulsa , Oklahoma; this visiting position led to a potentially permanent one.
Who’s Who. Adam and Charles Black, 1849.
Employer Germaine Greer
GG was Professor of Modern Letters at the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma, where in 1981 she founded and became the first Director of the Tulsa Center for the Study of Women's Literature .
Who’s Who. Adam and Charles Black, 1849.
Friends, Associates Constance Holme
A good friend of CH in later life was the book-collector R. N. Green-Armytage . Her correspondence with him (which sustained the relationship) is now at the University of Tulsa . She was also a...
Textual Features Diana Athill
Part one is the story of the publishing houses that DA worked with. She begins by explaining that business figures (which someone had mentioned as the key to an interesting book about publishing) would not...
Textual Production Constance Holme
Late in life CH wrote, it is not easy for a woman to be the simple and natural devotée of an art as a man can. I have had to be house wife, agent's...
Textual Production Edith Sitwell
A large collection of Sitwell papers, stemming from all three siblings, is held at the University of Texas at Austin. There are deposits of her letters at the University of Tulsa , Georgetown University
Textual Production Muriel Spark
MS approached the process of writing in a manner characteristically savouring of magical ritual. She wrote in longhand, seldom revising, and never used a pen anyone else had touched. Her notebooks were of a particular...
Textual Production Elizabeth Taylor
Before Beauman, a factor in response to ET was a lack of information about her. Late in life she destroyed an enormous amount of papers; apart from concealing her private life, she kept the second...
Textual Production Rebecca West
RW 's papers are located at the McFarlin Library in the University of Tulsa and in the Beinecke Library at Yale .
Rollyson, Carl. Rebecca West: A Saga of the Century. Hodder and Stoughton, 1995.
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In 1945 Marie Belloc Lowndes indignantly contradicted Hugh Walpole 's portrayal of...

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