Rosalind Wade

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Standard Name: Wade, Rosalind

Connections

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Friends, Associates Muriel Spark
For the next few years she lived the stimulating, bohemian, often harsh life of a modern poet in London, though she despised those literary circles which she felt to be self-serving and amateurish. Although she...
Occupation Muriel Spark
She later recounted the ructions that cost her her Poetry Society job. She set out to raise the quality of the Poetry Review, to cease railing against the moderns,
Spark, Muriel. Curriculum Vitae: Autobiography. Constable, 1992.
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to render an amateur...

Timeline

1933
Rosalind Wade , at the age of twenty-four, published her novelKept Man.
1936
Men Ask for Beauty, a novel by Rosalind Wade , was published.
1937
Treasure in Heaven, a novel that explores class conflicts, was published by Rosalind Wade .
1940
Rosalind Wade published another of the more than thirty novels under her own name, Fairweather Faith.
1941
Rosalind Wade 's novelA Man of Promise was published by Cassell .
1942
Bracelet for Julia appeared from Rosalind Wade , one of her several publications with Cassell .
1946
Rosalind Wade published her novelAs the Narcissus.
1948
Rosalind Wade published another novel through Macdonald . This one was titled The Widows.
1951
The Falling Leaves, a novel by Rosalind Wade , was published.
1953
Rosalind Wade published Alys at Endon, a novel.
1954
Another Rosalind Wade novel, Cassandra Calls, was published by Macdonald .
1955
Rosalind Wade published Come Fill the Cup (titled from a hedonistic line in Edward FitzGerald ), a novel dealing with alcoholism.
1957
Rosalind Wade 's novelMrs Jamison's Daughter was published.
1973
After a period of publishing romances under the name Catherine Carr, Rosalind Wade published her novelMrs Medlend's Private World under her own name.