John Buchan, first Baron Tweedsmuir

Standard Name: Tweedsmuir, John Buchan,,, first Baron


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Family and Intimate relationships Susan Tweedsmuir
Susan Grosvenor married, at St George's, Hanover Square, London, the Scotsman John Buchan , who was at this time a lawyer and novelist working in publishing.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under John Buchan
Tweedsmuir, Susan. The Lilac and the Rose. G. Duckworth.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Bowen
EB loved Oxford (where she and her husband spent ten years) and became a social success there. She met and became friends with John and Susan Buchan , and it was through them that she...
Friends, Associates Catherine Carswell
CC 's friends included Scotswomen she grew up with—doctors Maud McVail and Isobel Hutton , sculptor Phyllis Clay , and musician Maggie Mather . Among her literary friends were Vita Sackville-West (whom she stayed with...
Occupation Phyllis Bottome
PB accepted a position writing for the Ministry of Information under the supervision of John Buchan (later Lord Tweedsmuir) .
There is some confusion between sources about dates of PB 's activities in the years...
Author summary Catherine Carswell
CC is best known for her 1920 novel, Open the Door!, and her insightful critical biography of her close friend D. H. Lawrence . Her literary corpus consists of two novels, three biographies, and...
Reception Catherine Carswell
Opposed as many were to her book, it did bring her new friends, among them the author and statesman John Buchan .
Staley, Thomas F., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 36. Gale Research.
Carswell, John, and Catherine Carswell. “Introduction”. Open the Door!, Virago, p. v - xvii.
Carswell, John, and Catherine Carswell. “Introduction”. Lying Awake: An Unfinished Biography and Other Posthumous Papers, 1stst ed, Secker and Warburg, p. ix - xxi.
Neal Ascherson attributes chiefly to her and to Hugh MacDiarmid
Textual Production Catherine Carswell
At the time of her death, CC was researching a biography of Calvin and had been engaged to help Susan Tweedsmuir on the sorting of John Buchan 's papers. Carswell's work on the papers formed...


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