Huse, Nancy. Noel Streatfeild. Twayne, 1994.
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|Literary responses||Susan Miles|
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Marie Belloc Lowndes , a Roman Catholic, observed in late 1945 that EMD 's early anti-Catholic suffered from a failure of realism, being filled with fantastic imaginary figures of the old Catholic world.
Lowndes, Marie Belloc. Diaries and Letters of Marie Belloc Lowndes, 1911-1947. Marques, Susan LowndesEditor , Chatto and Windus, 1971.
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|Literary responses||Margaret Oliphant|
|Literary responses||Monica Dickens|
|Literary responses||Cicely Hamilton||
This novel was awarded the Prix Femina Vie Heureuse in early 1920.
The Times announcement of the award mentioned that it was worth £40 and that a committee (with Marie Belloc Lowndes as president...
Hamilton, Cicely. Life Errant. J. M. Dent and Sons, 1935.
|Literary responses||Marghanita Laski||
Reviews were mixed. The San Francisco Chronicle called this a tour-de-force of its kind,, a little jewel of horror. The Times Literary Supplement dismissed it as surprisingly sentimental and not a very original story...
|Literary responses||Frances Hodgson Burnett||
The website of Persephone Books , recent publishers of this novel, argues that Bettina is one of the great self-reliant heroines of fiction, and that the focus of the novel falls on her American energy...
|Literary responses||Dorothy Whipple|
KM left at least fifteen stories unfinished. The final book which she planned—and which she intended to be her first mature and fully-conceived work—was never written; nor were the novels which she meant to write...
|Publishing||E. M. Delafield|
The provisional title under which it was rejected was Next Year in Jerusalem (a far cry from the later title—which is also that of one of her protagonist's films—which evokes both a fashionable area of...