Shane Leslie

Standard Name: Leslie, Shane
Used Form: Sir Shane Leslie
Used Form: Sir John Randolph, third Baron Leslie


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Anthologization Viola Meynell
In December 1910, VM and her siblings Francis , Olivia , and Monica published a poetry anthology called Eyes of Youth (a phrase taken from Shakespeare 's The Merry Wives of Windsor), which included...
Fictionalization Blanche Warre Cornish
Aldous Huxley is said to have portrayed BWC as Mrs Cravister in The Farcical History of Richard Greenow, 1920, while Shane Leslie portrayed her as Mrs Thackeray in The Oppidan, 1922.
Rintoul, M. C. Dictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction. Routledge.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Francis Warre Warre-Cornish
Friends, Associates Margery Lawrence
Among ML 's close friends were the Irish diplomat and writer Sir Shane Leslie and the English war-poet Humbert Wolfe (lover of Pamela Frankau ).
Lawrence, Margery, and Shane Leslie. Fourteen to Forty-Eight. Robert Hale.
Occupation Dorothy Wellesley
At Penns during the Second World WarDW wrote of her fear—An explosion. I thought of my son. (Oh, don't think!) I thought of Hilda (she is safe)—but also of solitude, of her...
Reception Margery Lawrence
In his Foreword to the volume, Sir Shane Leslie finds the influences of Shelley , Yeats , Tennyson , Kipling , Housman , Chesterton , and Fiona MacLeod (pen-name of William Sharp). Yet according to...
Textual Production Blanche Warre Cornish
In 1915 she edited and contributed to Memorials of Robert Hugh Benson (published at London, New York and Toronto, with a second edition the same year), whose title-page attributes it to B. W. Cornish...
Textual Production James Joyce
Preparing a defence against the allegations, Joyce's lawyer, Morris L. Ernst , obtained hundreds of written opinions from educators, librarians, writers, clergy, and business people. Among those quoted in Ernst's court brief were Rebecca West
Textual Production Margery Lawrence
Her close friend the Irish diplomat and writer Sir Shane Leslie wrote a Foreword to the volume. In her Author's Note, ML confesses as a dark secret the fact that all my life I...


1926: Soon after Chatto and Windus published The...

Writing climate item


Soon after Chatto and Windus published The Cantab by Shane Leslie , the book was censured by the Roman Catholic Church , and Leslie (a Catholic himself, who had been critical of James Joyce 's...


Leslie, Shane, and Margery Lawrence. “Foreword”. Fourteen to Forty-Eight, Robert Hale, 1950, pp. 13-15.
Lawrence, Margery, and Shane Leslie. Fourteen to Forty-Eight. Robert Hale, 1950.
Leslie, Shane. “Sir Shane Leslie Papers: Folder Listing”. Georgetown University: Lauinger Library: Special Collections Division.