John Middleton Murry

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Standard Name: Murry, John Middleton

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Residence Katherine Mansfield
KM and Murry moved from London to Rose Tree Cottage, in The Lee near Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
408
Residence Katherine Mansfield
After KM 's affair with Francis Carco finally ended, she and Murry moved back from Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire to St John's Wood.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
409
Residence Katherine Mansfield
KM and Murry left England for the South of France.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
409
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
KM reviewed Woolf 's Night and Day in the Athenæum (which was now edited by Murry ).
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
414
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
John Middleton Murry edited and published KM 's posthumous The Dove's Nest and Other Stories.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
388
Textual Production Helen Waddell
HW provided (anonymously) the introduction to a Constable reprint of A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke , Daughter of Colley Cibber, one in a series they were issuing of rediscovered works...
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
John Middleton Murry edited and posthumously published KM 's Poems.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
388, 419
Textual Production Aldous Huxley
AH 's novel Point Counter Point appeared, featuring identifiable portraits of D. H. Lawrence as Rampion, John Middleton Murry as Burlap, and Nancy Cunard as Lucy Tantamount.
Parker, Peter, editor. A Reader’s Guide to Twentieth-Century Writers. Oxford University Press, 1996.
357
Drabble, Margaret, and Jenny Stringer, editors. The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press, 1987.
278
Watt, Donald, editor. Aldous Huxley: The Critical Heritage. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1975.
147
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
John Middleton Murry edited and published KM 's posthumous Something Childish and Other Stories.
Berkman, Sylvia. Katherine Mansfield: A Critical Study. Yale University Press, 1951.
2
Kirkpatrick, Brownlee Jean. A Bibliography of Katherine Mansfield. Clarendon Press, 1989.
36
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
388, 419
Textual Production Dorothy Brett
For the first time in her life DB kept a sort of diary, writing it in a volume with printed blank pages dated from January through March that year. She addressed it to John Middleton Murry
Textual Production Virginia Woolf
The press issued this little book on the same day as Eliot 's Poems and John Middleton Murry 's The Critic in Judgment.
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
John Middleton Murry edited and posthumously published the Journal of Katherine Mansfield.
Punch. Punch Publications.
173: 250
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
388
Textual Production Dorothy Brett
From about a month after Katherine Mansfield died until the end of the year (with a kind of postscript before leaving for New Mexico), DB kept a surviving diary in a volume given her by...
Textual Production Katherine Mansfield
John Middleton Murry edited and posthumously published The Letters of Katherine Mansfield.
The London Mercury. Field Press.
19: 212-14
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
388
Textual Production Dorothy Richardson
She was invited to write for the magazine by John Middleton Murry , who founded it in 1923, though both he and Katherine Mansfield had published negative reviews of earlier volumes of Pilgrimage.
Richardson, Dorothy. Windows on Modernism: Selected Letters of Dorothy Richardson. Fromm, Gloria G.Editor , University of Georgia Press, 1995.
41-2, 90, 212

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