Gabrielle Vallings

Standard Name: Vallings, Gabrielle


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Cultural formation Lucas Malet
LM (together with her niece ) became a convert to Roman Catholicism: a remarkable rejection of the life's work of her father , who was not only an Anglican but a militant anti-Catholic.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Charles Kingsley
Family and Intimate relationships Lucas Malet
A few years after her husband's death LM adopted her second cousin Gabrielle Vallings , a singer turned novelist, as her daughter. Vallings remained her companion for the rest of her life and inherited from...
Family and Intimate relationships Lucas Malet
Her friendship with Vallings was the most satisfying emotional relationship of Malet's life. A niece of Vallings later believed that the older woman had persuaded the younger one not to marry.
Malet, Lucas. “Introduction”. The History of Sir Richard Calmady, edited by Talia Schaffer, University of Birmingham Press, p. ix - xxxii.
Textual Production Lucas Malet
In Switzerland during the 1920s, Gabrielle Vallings worked with dramatist Louis Napoleon Parker on a theatrical adaptation, for production in New York, of The History of Sir Richard Calmady, but this did not reach...
Textual Production Lucas Malet
The Private Life of Mr Justice Syme, the last novel by LM , was posthumously published, completed after her death by Gabrielle Vallings .
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
(2 August 1932): 15
Travel Lucas Malet
She spent much of her time, however, travelling abroad with Gabrielle Vallings , particularly in France. She visited the USA towards the end of the nineteenth century, and thereafter maintained close professional ties with...


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Malet, Lucas, and Gabrielle Vallings. The Private Life of Mr Justice Syme. Hutchinson, 1932, p. 320 pp.