Maurice Baring

Standard Name: Baring, Maurice

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Lady Cynthia Asquith
LCA 's mother invited to Stanway a wide variety of guests: Arthur Balfour , Walter Raleigh , George Wyndham , Harry Cust , Charles Whibley , H. G. Wells , Evan Charteris , Hugh Cecil
Friends, Associates Blanche Warre Cornish
BWC was a friend of Margaret Oliphant , and later of Maurice Baring (as were her children). Her tea-table was frequented by minor literary men like Oscar Browning and Joseph Henry Shorthouse , while Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
Friends, Associates Vernon Lee
VL also became friendly with Ottoline Morrell , Maurice Baring , and many Italian artists, critics, and aristocrats.
Colby, Vineta. Vernon Lee: A Literary Biography. University of Virginia Press, 2003.
133-4, 172
Friends, Associates Constance Lytton
Another good friend was Maurice Baring .
Lytton, Constance. Letters of Constance Lytton. Elizabeth Edith, Countess of Balfour,Editor , Heinemann, 1925.
61
Friends, Associates Ethel Smyth
ES 's many other friends included writer Maurice Baring , Lady Ponsonby , the Empress Eugénie of France, Vernon Lee , and Vita Sackville-West .
Collis, Louise. Impetuous Heart: The Story of Ethel Smyth. William Kimber, 1984.
57, 65, 174, 200
St John, Christopher. Ethel Smyth. Longmans, Green, 1959.
117-18
Friends, Associates Edith Somerville
ES first met Ethel Smyth (and also Maurice Baring ), on the way to Lady Kenmare 's, Killarney House, County Kerry.
Collis, Maurice. Somerville and Ross: A Biography. Faber and Faber, 1968.
188
Friends, Associates Edith Somerville
Other friends of Somerville's later years included W. B. Yeats and Augusta, Lady Gregory . In the 1940s Somerville exchanged letters with Maurice Baring .
Collis, Maurice. Somerville and Ross: A Biography. Faber and Faber, 1968.
162, 252, 265
Textual Production Vernon Lee
This text was later to spark her friendship with Maurice Baring , as well as the creation of the collection For Maurice, 1927. Baring had loved the story of The Prince as a child.
Colby, Vineta. Vernon Lee: A Literary Biography. University of Virginia Press, 2003.
224
Textual Production Vernon Lee
VL also produced a novella-length supernatural fiction—A Phantom Lover, A Fantasy Story (1886), her only ghost story set in England, it was later anthologized as Oke of Okehurst—and two more collections, Pope...
Textual Production Ethel Smyth
During the onset of her deafness ES composed some late works: the ballet Fête Galante, 1922 (based on a short story by Maurice Baring ), and the opera Entente Cordiale, 1925.
Sadie, Julie Anne, and Rhian Samuel, editors. The New Grove Dictionary of Women Composers. Macmillan, 1994.
431
Textual Production Ethel Smyth
ES 's writings about her own times included individual studies of other people. As well as writing of Mrs Pankhurst in Female Pipings in Eden, she published Beecham and Pharoah in May 1935 with...

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