Helen Small

Standard Name: Small, Helen

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Family and Intimate relationships Ménie Muriel Dowie
His daughter Rosamond Nina Lehmann , who was thus first cousin once removed to MMD , became celebrated as a novelist. According to scholar Helen Small , Rosamond Lehmann, who knew MMD late in Dowie's...
Family and Intimate relationships Ménie Muriel Dowie
Scholar Helen Small writes of the divorce: For Norman, as a Member of Parliament and a well-known political journalist, it must have been deeply humiliating. For Dowie, it meant public disgrace and private misery.
Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Gallia. Small, HelenEditor , J. M. Dent, 1995.
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Family and Intimate relationships Ménie Muriel Dowie
FitzGerald was known in the mountaineering world for competitiveness and arrogance. He had been married before, to a woman who died only about a year after the wedding. He was five years younger than Dowie...
Literary responses Ménie Muriel Dowie
The resulting article, in scholar Helen Small 's estimation, combine[d] a sense of the romance of the event (the pathos of the beautiful young widow) with a startling line in brutal realism.
Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Gallia. Small, HelenEditor , J. M. Dent, 1995.
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In 1896...
Literary responses Ménie Muriel Dowie
Although MMD herself preferred The Crook of the Bough, critic Helen Small contends that Love and his Maskis in many ways the more original book.
Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Gallia. Small, HelenEditor , J. M. Dent, 1995.
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Literary responses Ménie Muriel Dowie
Scholar Helen Small considers The Hint o' Hairst to be a rather nostalgic return to origins on MMD 's part, since Dowie, as she had noted in a footnote to the story's epigraph, was Scottish...
Literary responses Mary Augusta Ward
Critic Helen Small reads this, and MAW 's other war novels, as probing questions of government censorship and information control which were sidestepped in propagandistic writings: what are the moral implications of withholding the truth...
Literary responses Mary Augusta Ward
Arnold Bennett excoriated MAW 's typical heroines as harrowing dolls and fantasised a brutal fate for them in the form of gang rape.
Small, Helen. “Mrs. Humphry Ward and the First Casualty of War”. Women’s Fiction and the Great War, edited by Suzanne Raitt and Trudi Tate, Clarendon, 1997, pp. 18 -46.
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As critic Helen Small remarks, Harvest departs from the pattern whereby...
Reception Ménie Muriel Dowie
Despite the overwhelmingly positive reception she received at the height of her popularity at the turn of the century, and recent interest in the New Woman novel, MMD has attracted remarkably little recent critical notice...

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