St John's College, Cambridge University

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Education William Wordsworth
WW attended the College of the Evangelist St John at Cambridge.
Moorman, Mary. William Wordsworth: A Biography. Clarendon Press, 1965.
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Family and Intimate relationships Anne Brontë
Patrick Brontë was an Irish protestant from a large, respectable farming family of limited means. He took to books from an early age, opened a school for the gentry at the age of sixteen, became...
Family and Intimate relationships Charlotte Brontë
Patrick Brontë was an Irish protestant from a large respectable farming family of limited means. He took to books from an early age, opened a school for the gentry at the age of sixteen, became...
Occupation Germaine Greer
She has described with relish a formal dinner at St John's College, Cambridge , in September 1987. She loved the oak panelling and baroque stucco ceiling, the scent of good coffee and fine tobacco and...
Reception Amanda McKittrick Ros
At St John's College, Cambridge , for instance, there flourished an Amanda Ros Club, whose members amused themselves by trying to write in the Amanda style.
Loudan, Jack, and T. Stanley Mercer. O Rare Amanda!. Chatto and Windus, 1969.
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Another such organisation, the Amanda Ros Society, formed...
Reception Mary Davys
MD said that its success was infinitely above what I had Reason to expect.
Bowden, Martha F., and Mary Davys. “Introduction”. The Reform’d Coquet; or, Memoirs of Amoranda; Familiar Letters Betwixt a Gentleman and a Lady; and, The Accomplish’d Rake; or, Modern Fine Gentleman, University Press of Kentucky, 1999, p. ix - xlix.
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Though there was some move to hiss it, it ran to the third night (for which, as was the custom...
Textual Production Elizabeth Tollet
ET probably composed To my Brother at St. John's College in Cambridge; her brother Cooke Tollet was admitted there in June and presumably took up residence in the Michaelmas Term.
Londry, Michael, and Elizabeth Tollet. The Poems of Elizabeth Tollet. Oxford University, 2004.
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