Beverly Lyon Clark

Standard Name: Clark, Beverly Lyon


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Anthologization Evelyn Sharp
Angela V. John calls Dearmer's vivid colour plates and jackets for this and All the Way to Fairylandstunning.
John, Angela V. Evelyn Sharp: Rebel Woman, 1869–1955. Manchester University Press.
Round the World to Wympland followed in 1902, containing both The Candy Witch and...
Literary responses L. T. Meade
Memoirist Helen C. Black thought A World of Girls, 1886, A Sweet Girl-Graduate, 1891, and Bashful Fifteen, 1892, probably LTM 's best. In her books for girls, wrote Black, LTM seemed to...
Literary responses Evelyn Sharp
Beverly Lyon Clark , who wrote an introduction to this book and thought extremely highly of it, argued that the neglect of it stemmed from its belonging not just to one but to several under-appreciated...
Literary responses Evelyn Sharp
The London Child was well reviewed. The Nation called it a delight to anyone who cares about children and the Bookman wished that a copy might be distributed to every London rate-payer.
John, Angela V. Evelyn Sharp: Rebel Woman, 1869–1955. Manchester University Press.
Recent editor...
Reception Louisa May Alcott
Beverly Lyon Clark has traced the fortunes of this famous book in The Afterlife of Little Women, 2014.
Reception Grace Nichols
Lissa Paul has discussed her poetry for the young in a collection entitled Girls, Boys, Books,Toys: gender in children's literature and culture, edited by Beverly Lyon Clark and Margaret R. Higgonet in 1999.


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Clark, Beverly Lyon, and Evelyn Sharp. “Introduction”. The Making of a Schoolgirl, Oxford University Press, 1989, pp. 3-23.