Holme, Constance. Crump Folk Going Home. Cedric Chivers, 1974.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Education||J. K. Rowling|
AF later remembered her childhood, at home, as full of beatings and beltings. This made her into a fanatic for justice and equality, though she felt it might equally easily have produced a working-class fascist...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Fay Weldon||
In addition, she says, to coming from the kind of dysfunctional background she could relate to, he was well-read, artistic, bohemian,
a house-owner, and a now-single parent. They walked together under a full moon...
Weldon, Fay. Auto da Fay. Flamingo, 2002.
|Intertextuality and Influence||Ann Oakley|
|Literary responses||E. M. Hull||
EMH 's first novel, her desert romance The Sheik, became something of a cultural phenomenon.
It established the formula for the desert romance, which grew in popularity between the two World Wars in a...
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Jolley||
Readers were often highly critical of Palomino.
The plot has been called terrible and often ridiculous rather than absurd.
Gilbert, Pam. Coming Out From Under: Contemporary Australian Women Writers. Pandora, 1988.
Such uneasiness may be attributed in part to the unflinching seriousness with which...
Daniel, Helen. Liars: Australian New Novelists. Penguin, 1988.
She wrote it secretly under the bedclothes, to combat boredom when, as a schoolgirl, she was sent home and kept in bed with something that was incorrectly suspected to be tuberculosis. Published by Mills and Boon
|Textual Production||Beatrice Harraden|
|Textual Production||Flora Klickmann|