Harold H. Child

Standard Name: Child, Harold H.
Used Form: Harold Hannyngton Child

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Family and Intimate relationships F. Tennyson Jesse
FTJ 's strong, wilful, and playful personality, in addition to her beauty, attracted many suitors. Her admirers included publisher William Heinemann and Sir Alfred Mond (owner of the English Review). She described Harold Child
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
The Times Literary Supplement continued to employ the same reviewers for MBL . De la Mare expressed a certain disappointment with Jane Oglander on 16 March 1911; Harold Child welcomed the turn back from murder...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
Child wrote that this was a murder story but no mere murder story because MBL had chosen not to set the reader a puzzle but to probe the detail of characters whose guilt was already...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
She anticipated that this book would be less popular than its predecessor.
Lowndes, Marie Belloc. Diaries and Letters of Marie Belloc Lowndes, 1911-1947. Editor Marques, Susan Lowndes, Chatto and Windus.
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In England, however, Harold Hannyngton Child , who had first reviewed her for the Times Literary Supplement almost forty years before this...
Literary responses Henry Handel Richardson
Harold Hannyngton Child in the Times Literary Supplement supposed that the author was a man. He proffered the paradox that the novel was never for a moment exciting although it was continuously interesting. He...
Literary responses Beatrice Harraden
The Times Literary Supplement reviewer, Harold Child , praised this novel for demonstrating how BH had made great strides in the technique of her art.
Child, Harold H. “Katharine Frensham”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 94, p. 313.
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He was particularly impressed by her characters, who emerged...
Literary responses Henry Handel Richardson
Harold Hannyngton Child , an established champion of HHR , had by this time learned that she was a woman. He was still as admiring as ever of her daring comicality of realism. He praised...
Literary responses Ethel Lilian Voynich
Harold Hannyngton Child , reviewing for the Times Literary Supplement, reported that this was quite unlike most novels of nihilism, which represent the obvious laced with the sensational. ELV , he wrote, succeeded in...
Literary responses Rudyard Kipling
Harold Hannyngton Child , in the Times Literary Supplement, thought the stories well reflected Kipling's belief that a children's writer ought to take care not to be talking down to his superiors.
Stewart, James McGregor. Rudyard Kipling: A Bibliographical Catalogue. Editor Yeats, A. W., Dalhousie University Press and University of Toronto Press.
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Literary responses Emily Lawless
Lawless described The Book of Gilly as an analysis of nostalgia for childhood: the little boy's adventure is only a sort of cloak or screen to a series of small problems—as how impressions strike us...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
Harold Hannyngton Child in the Times Literary Supplement gave this work high praise: it deserves careful reading, he said, as a strong and dignified piece of work, with, as the phrase goes, a great deal...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
Again Harold Hannyngton Child approved this work, calling it the story of a great passion told with delicacy and power, a combination which is none too common.
Child, Harold H. “Barbara Rebell”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 197, p. 350.
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In 1923 MBL wrote that years after...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
MBL 's regular Times Literary Supplement reviewer, H. Child , observed that only one of the stories, According to Meredith, had a thesis (that of a legal time-limit for marriages), and that this was...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
The Times Literary Supplement reviewer, again Harold Hannyngton Child , admired the character-drawing and wrote that MBL , unlike most female novelists, was equally good at men and at women, and that the double plot...
Literary responses Marie Belloc Lowndes
The Times Literary Supplement reviewer, again Harold Hannyngton Child , praised the careful avoidance of sensationalism, and the opening and close of the story; he felt that the middle part, when other characters fill in...

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Child, Harold H. “A Youth in France”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 2173, p. 464.
Child, Harold H. “Barbara Rebell”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 197, p. 350.
Child, Harold H. “Four Poetesses”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 517, p. 500.
Euripides,. Iphigenia at Aulis. Editor Child, Harold H., Translator Lumley, Lady Jane, Malone Society, 1909.
Child, Harold H. “Katharine Frensham”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 94, p. 313.
Child, Harold H. “Mary Pechell”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 558, p. 372.
Child, Harold H. “New Novels”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 748, p. 236.
Child, Harold H. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>As the Sparks Fly Upward</span> by Dora Sigerson Shorter”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 106, p. 21.
Child, Harold H. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Love of Ireland</span> by Dora Sigerson Shorter”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 791, p. 124.
Child, Harold H. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>New Poems</span> by Dora Sigerson Shorter”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 570, p. 568.
Child, Harold H. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>The Country-House Party</span> by Dora Sigerson Shorter”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 178, p. 186.
Child, Harold H. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>The Story and Song of Black Roderick</span> by Dora Sigerson”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 229, p. 202.
Child, Harold H. “Review of Katharine Tynan’s <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>The French Wife</span&gt”;. Times Literary Supplement, No. 116, p. 101.
Child, Harold H. “Studies in Love and in Terror”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 582, p. 101.
Child, Harold H. “Studies in Wives”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 387, p. 217.
Child, Harold H. “Sussex Gorse”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 737, p. 106.
Child, Harold H. “The Author of ’Hurrish’”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 621, p. 589.
Child, Harold H. “The Chink in the Armour”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 526, p. 57.
Child, Harold H. “The End of a Childhood”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 1701, p. 602.
Child, Harold H. “The Fortunes of Richard Mahony”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 815, p. 416.
Child, Harold H. “The Heart of Penelope”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 146, p. 332.
Child, Harold H. “The Pulse of Life”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 317, p. 45.
Child, Harold H. “The Uttermost Farthing”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 348, p. 294.
Child, Harold H. “The Way Home”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 1221, p. 398.
Child, Harold H. “Two Little Peers”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 257, p. 417.