Gerald Gould

Standard Name: Gould, Gerald


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Family and Intimate relationships E. Nesbit
After her affair with Shaw, thinks Julia Briggs, EN was more self-protective in her flirtations. By choosing a succession of admirers who were younger and less established in the world than herself, she received homage...
Friends, Associates Evelyn Sharp
She became a close friend of Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson , of Hertha Ayrton , physicist and suffragist, and of Ayrton's daughter, Barbara Gould . These two women, mother and daughter, embodied a thread linking...
Literary responses Theodora Benson
Gerald Gould wrote in The Observer, I know of no living author who gives more purely, cleanly and spontaneously the feeling of youth; to read her is like waking up on a spring morning...
Literary responses Rosamond Lehmann
Given both the nature of the central event—a ball—and Olivia's youthful enthusiasm, the novel has been compared to Katherine Mansfield 's short story Her First Ball. It was an immediate success with the reviewers...
Literary responses Henry Handel Richardson
The Times Literary Supplement provided another favourable review, basing its approbation on the persuasive character-drawing of the supposedly male author.
Child, Harold H. “Ultima Thule”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 1407, p. 42.
Its comments had already been outshone by Gerald Gould in the Daily News...
Occupation Gladys Henrietta Schütze
After the war, in 1919, GHS pursued regular journalistic work as well as her own writing. For the socialist Weekly Herald she worked at the invitation of W. N. Ewer , combing European newspapers in...
Reception F. Tennyson Jesse
The Daily Telegraph congratulated FTJ on her artistic triumph in this book.
Colenbrander, Joanna. A Portrait of Fryn. A. Deutsch.
Gerald Gould quoted it at length in a favourable review for The Observer. It was the Book Society's Choice in January 1930.
Colenbrander, Joanna. A Portrait of Fryn. A. Deutsch.
Textual Production E. Nesbit
Contributors included EN herself, Gerald Gould , G. K. Chesterton , Andrew Lang , and Oswald Barron . Nesbit's idealistic promise that she would print the plain naked unashamed truth, in contrast to the lies...


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