Smith, Stevie. Me Again. Barbera, Jack and William McBrienEditors , Vintage, 1983.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Literary responses||Stevie Smith|
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Taylor|
|Literary responses||Dorothy Whipple|
|Literary responses||Dorothy Whipple||
Colonel and Mrs Williams , the owners of Parciau, were far from pleased at finding themselves and their lives portrayed in fiction.
The novel, however, was again a Book Society Choice.
Conville, David, and Dorothy Whipple. “Afterword”. The Priory, Persephone Books, 2003, pp. 529 - 36.
Whipple, Dorothy. Random Commentary. Michael Joseph, 1966.
|Literary responses||Lettice Cooper||
Like Cooper's previous book, this too netted a flattering comparison to a nineteenth-century woman writer. Richard Church in John O'London's likened it to Charlotte Brontë 's Villette.
The British Book News review...
Cooper, Lettice. Fenny. Gollancz, 1968.
|Literary responses||Ruth Pitter|
After reading volume twelve (Dimple Hill) in 1937, Richard Church was enthusiastic (he liked the novel better than Clear Horizon) and prepared to go ahead with publishing the collection. However, his plan...
During her lifetime RP was deeply appreciated by some readers. C. S. Lewis scatters through his letters such remarks as Whenever I re-read your poems, I blame myself for not re-reading them oftener.
King, Don W. “The Anatomy of a Friendship: the correspondence of Ruth Pitter and C. S. Lewis, 1946-1962: Mythlore, Summer 2003”. Findarticles.
|Wealth and Poverty||Dorothy Richardson|
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