Drabble, Margaret, editor. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press, 1985.
University of Nottingham
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|Education||D. H. Lawrence||
DHL began studying for his teacher's certificate at Nottingham University College (later the University of Nottingham).
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Elstob||
She later told Anne Dewes that she blamed herself for having neglected several overtures of acquaintance, especially the one which
Her title is A Funerall Elegie on Sr Thomas Isham Barronet The manuscript of the 49-line elegy is at Nottingham University , in a collection of papers of the Dukes of Portland. Its high-quality, watermarked...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Heyrick||
The fullest collections of EH 's published writings are held (and listed) at LeicesterReference and Information Library and at the University of Nottingham .
Only a minority of them is held by the...
Corfield, Kenneth. “Elizabeth Heyrick: Radical Quaker”. Religion in the Lives of English Women, 1760-1930, edited by Gail Malmgreen, Indiana University Press, 1986, pp. 41 -67.
|Textual Production||Elizabeth (Cavendish) Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater||
The Portland Collection at the University of Nottingham contains a few letters from Jane and from Elizabeth to their brother Lord Mansfield in April and May 1656.
Travitsky, Betty, and Elizabeth (Cavendish) Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater. “Subordination and Authorship: Elizabeth Cavendish Egerton”. Subordination and Authorship: the case of Elizabeth Cavendish Egerton and her ":loose papers", Tempe, Ariz., 1999, pp. 1 - 172.
|Textual Production||Mary Delany||
The chief collection of MD 's manuscripts is at the Central Library , Newport, Monmouthshire. Her autobiography has unfortunately disappeared, but other papers are in the Portland Collection at the University of Nottingham ...
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Elstob||
The British Library holds some of EE 's papers. Her manuscripts among the Ballard Collection in the Bodleian Library include this biography, her notes for female biography, a short autobiography written in the third person...
A step was taken towards medical use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging when Peter Mansfield of Nottingham University for the first time published the results of a MRI scan: of a human finger.