Suzanne Henig

Standard Name: Henig, Suzanne


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Literary responses Hope Mirrlees
Reckoning by numbers of reprints issued, Lud-in-the-Mist is HM 's most popular and enduring work. It was frequently re-issued between 1927 and 2000—especially, as Julia Briggs notes, since 1970, and the vogue for J. R. R. Tolkien
Occupation Hope Mirrlees
Once she had picked up the threads of English life again, she continued to work as a writer, focusing now mainly on biography.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Suzanne Henig , who interviewed her in 1972, noted that at eighty-five,...
Publishing Hope Mirrlees
Virginia Woolf hand-set the edition. The colophon uses the sign of the constellation Ursa Major (as did those of HM 's three novels).
Briggs, Julia. “The Wives of Herr Bear”. London Review of Books, pp. 24-5.
Suzanne Henig reprinted it in the Virginia Woolf Quarterly in 1972...


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Henig, Suzanne. “Queen of Lud: Hope Mirrlees”. Virginia Woolf Quarterly, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 8-27.