Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, eighteenth Baron Dunsany

Standard Name: Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett,,, eighteenth Baron
Used Form: Lord Dunsany

Connections

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Friends, Associates E. Nesbit
The friends of EN 's last years, both old and new, included Marshall Steele , Edward Andrade , actresses Athene Seyler and Sybil Thorndike , and writers Noël Coward , G. B. Stern , Lord Dunsany
Friends, Associates Mary Lavin
ML built friendships with her early patron, the successful Anglo-Irish writer Lord Dunsany, and his wife, Lady Beatrice . Each maintained a regular correspondence with her, Edward Dunsany discussing her writing and Beatrice chatting of...
Intertextuality and Influence Ursula K. Le Guin
UKLG has said: I intended to be a writer, as long as I can remember.
Brown, Jeremy K. Ursula K. Le Guin. Chelsea House.
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As a child she submitted a story (breezy in style, involving a time-machine and the origins of life...
Publishing Mary Lavin
ML 's The Green Grave and the Black Grave was published in Atlantic Monthly, following a recommendation to the editor by Edward Drax Plunkett, Lord Dunsany (himself a popular writer).
Kelly, Angeline Agnes. Mary Lavin, Quiet Rebel. Wolfhound Press, http://PS 3523 A946 Z7 K29 1980 HSS.
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Residence Stella Benson
During this visit to London, SB met many cultural, political, and social figures, including Wyndham Lewis (who drew a sketch of her), David Garnett , Kingsley Martin , Charles Morgan , Phyllis Bottome ,...
Textual Production Mary Lavin
In a preface ML presents her ideas on short-story writing. She explains that her family obligations imposed a selectivity that I might not have otherwise been strong enough to impose on my often feverish overfertile...
Textual Production Mary Lavin
The Mary Lavin Papers are held in the Morris Library at South Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois. They contain about twenty short stories, most of those collected in The Great Wave and Other Stories...
Textual Production Mary Lavin
The London edition followed from Michael Joseph the next year, with a Reader's Union edition two years after that. There are several modern editions. A Town House paperback of 1996 has a new introduction by...

Timeline

By late September 1910: Irish writer Lord Dunsany published A Dreamer's...

Writing climate item

By late September 1910

Irish writer Lord Dunsany published A Dreamer's Tales, a volume (not his first) of fantasystories: strange visions from [a] dream-world.

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