Cordelia Stamp

Standard Name: Stamp, Cordelia

Connections

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Birth Mary Linskill
Mary Jane Linskill , the eldest of six surviving children, was born in a small house at Blackburns Yard, Whitby, in North Yorkshire.
Recent biographer Cordelia Stamp believes that in the century since ML
Education Mary Linskill
From there she went on to a milliner's at Manchester (in Deansgate, say Quinlan and Humble), which these biographers identify as paid employment—whereas Cordelia Stamp , who gives the firm's name as Jewsbury and Cracks
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Linskill
Stamp says that ML 's favourite sibling was a brother five years younger, who died of typhus with a still younger brother when Mary was nine. Another brother, Thomas Henry , grew up to be...
Literary responses Mary Linskill
Her biographer Cordelia Stamp writes: Had she written this book alone Mary Linskill's name would be worthy of a place in English literature.
Stamp, Cordelia. Mary Linskill. Caedmon of Whitby.
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Literary responses Mary Linskill
Stamp felt that the second-hand nature of ML 's impressions here worked to this novel's disadvantage, giving it an air of artificiality.
Stamp, Cordelia. Mary Linskill. Caedmon of Whitby.
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Literary responses Mary Linskill
Cordelia Stamp thought extremely highly of Pictures from Whitby.
Stamp, Cordelia. Mary Linskill. Caedmon of Whitby.
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Textual Production Mary Linskill
Late in her rather short life, ML said that her first childish attempts to express herself had been in rhyme, poetry it could not be termed by any stretch of courtesy. She then thought of...
Textual Production Mary Linskill
For Pity's Sake, which appeared posthumously, was, says Cordelia Stamp , the last novel that ML wrote—or rather the last she worked at, revising it from an early story.
This book is not listed...

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Texts

Stamp, Cordelia. Mary Linskill. Caedmon of Whitby, 1980.