Enock, Esther E. Frances Ridley Havergal. Pickering and Inglis, 1928.
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|Friends, Associates||Hannah Arendt||
Growing up in the household of her step-family, HA made the acquaintance of Anna Mendelssohn , later Weil, who became an intimate and lifelong friend. Anna was a descendant of the composer Felix Mendelssohn ...
|Friends, Associates||Mary Cowden Clarke||
In addition to meeting Dickens as a result of her theatrical activities, MCC and her husband met William Hazlitt through a shared duty of theatre reviewing, and she became friends with Mary Howitt , and...
|Leisure and Society||Frances Ridley Havergal|
|Textual Production||Patricia Highsmith||
At seventeen, back in Texas before going to college, she thought at a film of A Midsummer-Night's Dream: Mendelssohn was no older when he wrote that overture. What a genius!
At Barnard she...
Highsmith, Patricia. Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction. St Martin’s Press, 1990.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Beatrice Harraden||
Patuffa, growing up during the nineteenth century and considered the black sheep of her family, is described as a rebellious and gifted child.
She repeatedly finds herself expelled from school for her rage and...
Colles, Hester Janet. “Spring Shall Plant”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 975, p. 614.
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