In a letter to another friend, William Knight
, dated 8 January 1863, she thanks him for his criticism of this work and acknowledges that his opinion of it agrees with her own: I have...
This work was praised by her close family and by friends William Knight
and Jean Ingelow
, but DG
avowed that she was pained . . . by the absence of any public notice.
Dorling, William. Memoirs of Dora Greenwell. James Clarke.
Her letters to philosophy professor William Knight
are particularly indicative of her attitudes towards religion, philosophy, and her own writings. As one source notes, the style of both her letters and journals is singularly free...
A generous selection of DW
's Journals first reached print, in two volumes edited by Professor William Knight
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Wordsworth, Dorothy. Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth. Editor Knight, William Angus, Macmillan, 1897.