“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Standard Name: Robson, Flora
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|Friends, Associates||Muriel Box|
|Literary responses||Lesley Storm||
The play received rave reviews in England. The reviewer for the Times wrote: The Dialogue is consistently neat and pointed, and tense situations open smoothly into situations yet more tense; the Evening News...
|Performance of text||Lesley Storm|
|Reception||Queen Elizabeth I||
Rosemary Hill has contrasted two of the many film Elizabeths as reflecting their times. In Fire Over England, 1937, Flora Robson played a majestic and belligerent Elizabeth defeating the Armada; in Young Bess...
|Textual Production||Lesley Storm|
|Textual Production||Muriel Box||
Her new name, Muriel Box (so far owed to deed-poll not to marriage), appeared both on the title-page and under a frontispiece cartoon portrait of them both in profile. The copyright was listed in the...
|Textual Production||Lesley Storm||
LS 's best-known play, Black Chiffon, had its premiere in London at the Westminster Theatre . It ran for over 400 performances. The celebrated Flora Robson played the lead role.
Morgan, Fidelis, editor. The Years Between: Plays by Women on the London Stage 1900-1950. Virago, 1994.
Ravenhall, Chris. “Lesley Storm’s Three Goose Quills and a Knife: A Burns Play Rediscovered”. Studies in Scottish Literature, pp. 46 -54.