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Gillian Hanscombe calls the friendship The longest and, in many respects, the most significant relationship in Richardson's life, since it informed the author's perspectives on the frequent struggle between the demands of art and femininity...
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Towards the end of the first, intense phase of Richardson's relationship with Wells, she came increasingly to disagree with and to challenge some of his arguments, both in discussion and in writing. (Such early resistant...
As critic Gillian Hanscombe observes, arguments that Richardson explores here are closely related to those of her Pilgrimage heroine, Miriam Henderson. In Richardson's response to several pamphlets on The Position of Women (Dental Record...
This last work detailing the life of her heroine, the now middle-aged Miriam Henderson, combines settings from different times: the farm at Dimple Hill in Sussex where Miriam lived in the past; Switzerland, where...
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Gillian Hanscombe observes that DR lived under the pressures of near-penury
between 1902 and 1938. Richardson fully devoted herself to writing after leaving her Harley Street job in 1908, and her writing rarely paid...
Hanscombe, Gillian. The Art of Life: Dorothy Richardson and the Development of Feminist Consciousness. Peter Owen.
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Hanscombe, Gillian. The Art of Life: Dorothy Richardson and the Development of Feminist Consciousness. Peter Owen, 1982.
Hanscombe, Gillian, and Virginia L. Smyers. Writing for Their Lives: The Modernist Women, 1910-1940. Women’s Press, 1987.