Sir Peter Markham Scott

Standard Name: Scott, Sir Peter Markham

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Jane Howard
EJH and Peter Scott (son of the charismatic polar explorer) were married in London.
Howard, Elizabeth Jane. Slipstream. Macmillan, 2002.
116
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Jane Howard
EJH left her husband, Peter Scott , to live alone in a crumbling flat above a grocery and poultry shop off Baker Street and try and make a living as a writer.
Howard, Elizabeth Jane. Slipstream. Macmillan, 2002.
194-5
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Jane Howard
EJH met Peter Scott , son of the explorer Captain Scott , when she was in her teens and he was thirty-one, and she and her brother were invited to visit as company for his...
Material Conditions of Writing Elizabeth Jane Howard
Its early working title was The Deep Blue Sea. She mentioned it as work in progress to Terence Rattigan , who thought it a very good title indeed. She later wrote that she liked...
Material Conditions of Writing Elspeth Huxley
Encouraged by her friendship with Peter Scott , the explorer's son, EH spent a whole month, plus additional shorter periods, in research at the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge, and also visited the...
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
The eighty-six-year-old EH published her final book, the biography Peter Scott : Painter and Naturalist, written at the request of his widow, Philippa .
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins, 2002.
425-6
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
It had a foreword by conservationist and ornithologist Peter Scott (though he disliked the choice of title, thinking it too gimmicky for serious scientists). EH 's relationship (by marriage) to Aldous Huxley , author of...
Travel Elizabeth Jane Howard
A visit in 1946 to New York, where Peter Scott was having a show of his paintings, was a rapturous experience: the hospitality, the culture, the rich food.
Howard, Elizabeth Jane. Slipstream. Macmillan, 2002.
181ff

Timeline

July 1978
Dulcie Gray won the Times Educational Supplement Information Book Award for her book on butterfly conservation, Butterflies on My Mind: Their Life and Conservation in Britain Today, with illustrations by Brian Hargreaves and a...