Monro, Alida, and Charlotte Mew. “Charlotte Mew—A Memoir”. Collected Poems of Charlotte Mew, Gerald Duckworth, p. vii - xx.
by it. She immediately committed it to memory, and a couple of years later repeated it to Harold Monro
, editor of the newly...
frankly expresses her frustrations with domestic duties and the disillusionment of married life: By the sacrifice of myself I have attempted to serve three generations of men. I seem to have ruined them all...
The Poetry Bookshop
issued A Selection From the Poems of Michael Field in 1923, bringing together pieces from their published poetry collections and plays, such as Underneath the Bough, Callirrhoë; Fair Rosamund, Wild...
She planned to write something about Harold Monro
and the Poetry Bookshop
, which she felt to have been unfairly eclipsed by the much-heard-of Bloomsbury group.
Hill, Rosemary. “Making Do and Mending”. London Review of Books, Vol.
, No. 18, pp. 9-10.
She also worked on but did not...
1 January 1913: Harold Monro opened the Poetry Bookshop at...