Pamela Hansford Johnson

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Standard Name: Johnson, Pamela Hansford
Birth Name: Pamela Hansford Johnson
Pseudonym: Nap Lombard
Married Name: Pamela Hansford Snow
Titled: Baroness Snow
PHJ had a long and prolific writing career, from before the second world war until late twentieth century. She is remembered primarily as a novelist (with twenty-seven titles),
Hadley, Tessa. “He wants me no more”. London Review of Books, No. 2, pp. 29 -30.
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though she also wrote poetry, drama, memoirs, and political and social commentary.
Black and white photograph of Pamela Hansford Johnson, seated, with her hands clasped, wearing a white polo-neck sweater with a brooch on the collar. Her dark, wavy hair is smooth and short.
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SH gives free rein to her enjoyment of list-making. Writers mentioned (not in a list or lists) include E. Nesbit (read by Noel Coward on his deathbed), Pamela Hansford Johnson and her husband C. P. Snow

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