“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
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Her first job after getting her BA was in publishing: as an editor, foreign languages editor, publicity director, and jack of all trades with Weidenfeld and Nicolson .
She got the job through personal...
Wroe, Nicholas. “The history woman”. The Guardian, pp. 16 -19.
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Also during the 1960s, her immense productivity led her into difficulties over tax (partly because of the taxing, at that date, of married couples as a single unit). In 1965-6 her tax demand was £1,800...
Having in a sense revisited the Mary, Queen of Scots story here, she revisited Cromwell in the same ghostly manner in King Charles II, published in early September 1978 (written, she said, therapeutically while...