Back in London she acquired a circle of largely musical friends, many of them later well-known names, including Myra Hess
and Arnold Bax
. Later this circle expanded to include literary people: Viola Meynell
Intertextuality and Influence
The book evoked a chorus of praise. Walter de la Mare
wrote to Otto Kyllmann: She writes about poetry absolutely unknown to me, in a fashion that is in itself poetry.Kyllmann
wrote to HW
After reading CC
's poetry, poet and playwright Clifford Bax
described a true poet as [o]ne who has an unusual nature and capacity to give it fine expression.
Codd, Clara. So Rich a Life. Caxton Limited.
, a personal friend, published EF
's first real book, Dream-Songs for the Beloved, in which the author assumes the male lover's role.
Farjeon, Annabel. Morning has Broken: A Biography of Eleanor Farjeon. Julia MacRae.
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Shaw, George Bernard. “An Explanatory Word from Mr. Shaw”. Florence Farr, Bernard Shaw, W.B. Yeats: Letters, edited by Clifford Bax, Home and Van Thal, 1946, p. vii - x.