Janet Hogarth

Standard Name: Hogarth, Janet


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Friends, Associates Gertrude Bell
Her closest friend at Oxford was Mary Talbot , niece of William Gladstone . Other friends included Edith Langridge and Janet Hogarth , sister of archaeologist David Hogarth .
Wallach, Janet. Desert Queen. Nan A. Talese/Doubleday.
Literary responses Gertrude Bell
The author herself insisted that modesty apart her pen-pictures were astonishingly feeble. . . . I wish them not to be read.
Howell, Georgina. Daughter of the Desert: the Remarkable Life of Gertrude Bell. Macmillan.
While Janet Hogarth said they had [c]harm but not actual achievement,
Brothers, Barbara, and Julia Gergits, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 174. Gale Research.
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Literary responses Victoria Cross
Reviews of Theodora were mixed. Janet Hogarth , in a Fortnightly Review article titled Literary Degenerates, and B. A. Crackanthorpe in Nineteenth Century, criticised the story's representation of sexual desire.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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