Clifford Bax

Standard Name: Bax, Clifford


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Fictionalization Winifred Maxwell, Countess of Nithsdale
Extended accounts of WMCN have often been fictional. In Tales of the Peerage and the Peasantry, 1835, written by Arabella Jane Sullivan but edited by Barbarina Brand, Lady Dacre , her life story occupies...
Friends, Associates Eleanor Farjeon
Back in London she acquired a circle of largely musical friends, many of them later well-known names, including Myra Hess and Clifford and Arnold Bax . Later this circle expanded to include literary people: Viola Meynell
Intertextuality and Influence Helen Waddell
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
Literary responses Clara Codd
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.
Textual Production Eleanor Farjeon
Clifford Bax , 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.