published with Hutchinson
in 1973 (the same year as her third novel, The Glass Alembic) a poetry volume entitled The Celebrants, from which Fleur Adcock
selected the poem Lais for The Faber...
published with HutchinsonLyrics for the Dog Hour, a book of poems, headed with an address in Latin to Death and a dedication in Italian to Anadyomene.
Anadyomene, meaning I rise from the...
Material Conditions of Writing
issued her second novel, Do Me a Favour, another very early work, written as an undergraduate and published, like her first, with Hutchinson
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
and Philippe Jullian
collaborated on Memoirs of an Armchair, the translation of Jullian' Mémoires d'une bergère, a fantasy about a Tilliard
chair that observes a variety of historical and fictional events over...
's first venture into print, the novel A Weekend with Claud, appeared under the auspices of Hutchinson
's New Authors imprint, which functioned like a co-operative.
King, Brendan. Beryl Bainbridge. Bloomsbury .
Hamilton, Alex. “My First Book”. The Author, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 23-4.
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
In 1990 MW
published a larger collection with Hutchinson
in England and Random Century
in the USA under the same title as the 1984 volume: Gardens of Eden: Selected Poems. A second collection, with...
The Modern "Rake's Progress", with words by RW
and paintings by David Low
, was published by Hutchinson
Hutchinson, G. Evelyn. A Preliminary List of the Writings of Rebecca West, 1912-1951. Yale University Library.
West, Rebecca, and David Low. The Modern "Rake’s Progress". Hutchinson, http://UofA.
29 December 1940: St Paul's Cathedral in London survived an...
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29 December 1940
St Paul's Cathedral in London survived an air raid that destroyed almost all the buildings around it; a photograph of the dome standing amidst flames and billowing smoke became an emblem of the courage of...