Laski, Marghanita, and Georgina Battiscombe, editors. A Chaplet for Charlotte Yonge. Cresset Press, 1965.
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|Friends, Associates||Marghanita Laski|
|Leisure and Society||Marghanita Laski|
|Literary responses||Diana Athill||
The Saturday Review pronounced this the most absorbing and original essay in autobiography to have come my way in the last two decades.
In the TLS it was reviewed by...
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
3215 (11 October 1963): 803
|Literary responses||Dora Greenwell|
|Literary responses||Marghanita Laski||
Reviewing the Austen biography for the Times Literary Supplement, Georgina Battiscombe called it a scholarly and immensely readable account of Jane Austen's life, while also noting that despite Laski's efforts, Austen remained an elusive...
|Literary responses||Charlotte Yonge|
|Author summary||Charlotte Yonge||
CY was a staggeringly prolific author. Her more than two hundred works include domestic and historical novels for both adults and children, biographies, history and language textbooks, religious manuals, and a fragment of autobiography. She...
This was reprinted in 1965 and again with an introduction by Georgina Battiscombe in 1985.
|Textual Features||Charlotte Yonge||
Felix Underwood, a clergyman's son, keeps his family together by working after their parents die. (His creator recorded her composition of his own death, in his maturity, as a gruelling morning's work.)
Hayter, Alethea. Charlotte Yonge. Northcote House, 1996.
|Textual Production||E. M. Delafield|
|Textual Production||Marghanita Laski|
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