Yorke, Liz. Adrienne Rich: Passion, Politics, and the Body. Sage.
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Carrington began to alter herself in other ways also. During her first term at the Slade she began to go by her surname only.
Excitement about her new surroundings and acquaintances prompted her to...
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press.
As a young adult CC took on her own education. With varying degrees of success she studied grammar, elocution, French, and the violin. She also discovered the public library. Colleagues at work got her to...
She later felt she was lucky to be a postwar student; before then, she would have been as out of place at Newnham as Amy Levy . Christianity was everywhere
in the syllabus and...
Feinstein, Elaine. It Goes with the Territory. Alma.
|Education||Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin||
ENC went on to receive an MA in English literature from University College , Cork. She says that her generation was brought up on poets like Donne and Hopkins .
McDonald, Roxanne. “Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin”. Guide to Literary Masters & Their Works, Salem Press.
Bryce, Colette. “Making a Poem: Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin”. Mslexia, Vol.
44, p. 22.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Cicely Bulstrode|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Anne Finch||
The court decided in favour of the children, and Anne subsequently moved to London where she lived with her paternal grandmother, Bridget, Lady Kingsmill, for most of her childhood. Lady Kingsmill had been a friend...
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|Intertextuality and Influence||Martha Fowke||
These poems reflect social life and perhaps the company of lawyers in the London of about 1720.
Their author glories in her liberty—in several senses, but including freedom from the meaningless literary rules which...
Guskin, Phyllis J. “’Not Originally Intended for the Press’: Martha Fowke Sansom’s Poems in the Barbados Gazette”. Eighteenth-Century Studies, Vol.
34, No. 1, pp. 61-91.