Anna Vaux

Standard Name: Vaux, Anna


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Family and Intimate relationships Winefrid Thimelby
Her mother, born Mary Brookesby (a niece of the well-known Catholic heroine Anna Vaux ), died when Winefrid was ten.
Latz, Dorothy L., editor. “Neglected Writings by Recusant Women”. Neglected English Literature: Recusant Writings of the 16th-17th Centuries, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg.
Morris, John, editor. The Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers. Gregg International Publishers.
Literary responses Michèle Roberts
A couple of years after publication, interviewer Olga Kenyon thought this book very exciting, its violence unusual for a woman writer, and its unusual imagery full of significance for women in particular.
Kenyon, Olga. Women Writers Talk. Interviews with 10 women writers. Lennard Publishing.
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Literary responses Ali Smith
For Anna Vaux of the Times Literary Supplement, the book's claim to represent a century of women's writing was bold to begin with, compounded by the way the work is tied to a single...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Antonia Fraser
This book manages almost as large a cast of characters as The Weaker Vessel—including major figures such as Guy Fawkes , Thomas Winter , and Robert (Robin) Catesby ; rulers such as King James


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Vaux, Anna. “Biscuits. Oh good!”. London Review of Books, pp. 32-4.
Vaux, Anna. “From the archives”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 4399, p. 801.
Vaux, Anna. “In Brief: Reference”. The Times Literary Supplement, No. 5059, p. 32.