Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/, http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
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It was in connection with her immediate or recent reputation that AL was allegedly fictionalised both in Brontë 's Shirley and Rosa Kettle 's The Mistress of Langdale Hall, 1872.
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The first film she directed was The English Inn, 1941, described on the British Film Institute website as a typical Verity propaganda short produced for the British Council .
After this came a setback....
Spicer, Andrew. “Box, Muriel (1905-1991)”. British Film Institute (bfi): screenonline.
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She carried out as much research as available sources permitted into lesbian lives in England of the 1940s, and spent four years working on this novel (as compared with one year for her first). She...
MW published L'Atalante, a book commissioned by the British Film Institute on the 1934 classic film of the same name directed by Jean Vigo .
Moseley, Merritt, editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 194. Gale Research, 1998.
194: 279, 286
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Stylistically, this meant the replacement of a predominantly dub style with a more experimental format, one willing to embrace new and unusual rhythmic qualities. The work also led the British Film Institute and Channel 4
Subsequently, Warner has been a Visiting Fellow at the British Film Institute (1992), Trinity College, Cambridge (1998), the Humanities Research Centre, Warwick University (1999), Stanford University (2000), and All Souls College , Oxford (2001). She...
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The book is one of the BFI Film Classics Series, commissioned by the National Film and Television Archive , a division of the British Film Institute . Series editor Edward Buscombe comments that these...
Warner, Marina. L’Atalante. British Film Institute, 1993.