Helen Hamilton

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Standard Name: Hamilton, Helen

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Textual Production Judith Kazantzis
This remarkable anthology brings to a wider audience poems by many otherwise unknown writers, as well as by, for instance, Vera Brittain , Edith Sitwell , Nancy Cunard , Cicely Hamilton , Rose Macaulay ,...

Timeline

1914
My Husband Still: A Working Woman's Story, a novel from Helen Hamilton that is based on an actual woman's account of her marriage, appeared with an introduction by John Galsworthy .
1917
Helen Hamilton published her extended poemThe Compleat Schoolmarm: A Story of Promise and Fulfilment.
1917
The Iconoclast, a feministnovel by Helen Hamilton , was published.
1918
As H. H., Helen Hamilton published Napoo! A Book of War Bêtes-Noires, a collection of satiricalverse.
1922
Helen Hamilton 's Mountain Madness relates her adventures climbing in the FrenchAlps and the Lake District.
1924
Helen Hamilton this year published both her first poetry collection, entitled Hope and Other Poems, and also (through Blackwell ) Great Meddow: Studies of Village Life.
1932
Helen Hamilton published The Vision of Fra Bartolo: Sonnets and Lyrics.