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Publishing Naomi Mitchison
The frontispiece and title-page have artwork by Gertrude Hermes .
Mitchison, Naomi. The Fourth Pig. Constable, 1936.
A new edition from Princeton University Press , 2014, has an introduction by another fairy-tale expert, Marina Warner .
Publishing Ruth Padel
The thesis (which bears her whole name, Ruth Sofia Padel) is held by the Bodleian Library . She began rewriting it in the form of a book the same year, staying on the island of...
Reception Bryher
Close Up was influential. Jayne Marek describes it as the chief contemporary forum for debate about the social implications as well as the theory and practice of cinema.
Marek, Jayne E. Women Editing Modernism: "Little" Magazines & Literary History. University Press of Kentucky, 1995.
In 1998, Princeton University Press published...
Textual Production Anne Carson
Eros The Bittersweet: An Essay, a reworked version of AC 's PhD dissertation, was published by Princeton University Press .
OCLC WorldCat.
Willard, Thomas. “Anne Carson”. Critical Survey of Poetry: British, Irish, and Commonweatlh Poets, Fourth Edition, Salem Press, 2011, pp. 225 - 8.
Smoot, William. “Eros the Bittersweet”. The Georgia Review, No. 1, pp. 201 -03.


22 October 1837
Henry David Thoreau , aged twenty, began keeping a diary. In twenty-five years it extended to forty-seven volumes.