Felicitas Corrigan

Standard Name: Corrigan, Felicitas
Used Form: Dame Felicitas Corrigan
Used Form: Felicitas Corrigan, OSB


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Education Helen Waddell
HW was, according to her editor Felicitas Corrigan , [s]teeped in the Bible by heredity and upbringing.
Waddell, Helen. “Acknowledgements; Note; Introduction”. Between Two Eternities, edited by Felicitas Corrigan, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1993, pp. viii - ix, 1.
Her feeling for religion was even stronger than her feeling for literature: when she first, at about...
Friends, Associates Mary Wesley
Even when they lived in a remote spot, the Siepmanns' circle of close literary friends included Nancy Mitford , Graham Greene , Antonia White , and Emily Coleman .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
When MW became successful as a...
Literary responses Helen Waddell
Felicitas Corrigan believes this collection, overshadowed by war, is a self- or soul-revelation.
“Introduction”. More Latin Lyrics from Virgil to Milton, edited by Felicitas Corrigan, translated by. Helen Waddell, Victor Gollancz, 1980, pp. 11 -33.
Occupation Helen Waddell
For the next several years HW lived at home with her stepmother, as was expected of a middle-class young woman. She made herself an independent publishing scholar during this time and kept up a busy...
Publishing Helen Waddell
HW 's sister preserved all her letters, and a chaotic mass of other manuscript material. Meg would have burned these if Monica Blackett had not wished to use them in her biography.
Blackett, Monica. The Mark of the Maker: A Portrait of Helen Waddell. Constable, 1973.
HW 's...
Textual Production Rumer Godden
RG wrote part of this novel in a caravan after her house burned down. She worked on it for five years, and her new part-time secretary retyped it many times.
Godden, Rumer. A House with Four Rooms. Macmillan, 1989.
She wrote in response...
Textual Production Helen Waddell
Dame Felicitas Corrigan edited further translations of poetry (with some striking original pieces) by HW in More Latin Lyrics from Virgil to Milton.
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Textual Production Helen Waddell
Between Two Eternities, A Helen Waddell Anthology was posthumously published by Felicitas Corrigan of Stanbrook Abbey through the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge .
Dated from Bodleian Library acquisition stamp.
British Library Catalogue.


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