Ronald Gorell Barnes, third Baron Gorell

Standard Name: Gorell, Ronald Gorell Barnes,,, third Baron
Used Form: Lord Gorell


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Literary responses Dorothy Whipple
A reader at Curtis Brown praised DW 's very shrewd and natural gift of depicting her middle-class characters, while Lord Gorell at John Murray wrote: Much her best work and the former was good.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph.
Literary responses Dorothy Whipple
On its first appearance DW felt this to be an adequate, rather commonplace novel.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph.
J. B. Priestley wrote: A grand novel, with a good shape to it . . . . Your women are...
Publishing Mary Butts
The Cornhill editor, Lord Gorell , rejected the article for the surprising reason that the Bloomsbury Group was not well known in England.
Bagg, Camilla, and Nathalie Blondel. “Editors’ Preface: Bloomsbury”. Modernism/Modernity, Vol.
, No. 2, pp. 31-2.
Garrity, Jane. Step-daughters of England: British Women Modernists and the National Imaginary. Manchester University Press.
The essay was not published until 1998, when Nathalie Blondel
Publishing Dorothy Whipple
She drafted the first chapter very soon after receiving her six complementary copies of her first novel; the new working title was Marnie.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph.
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She complained of lack of inspiration, and made a...


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