Katherine Duncan-Jones

Standard Name: Duncan-Jones, Katherine


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Literary responses Anna Brownell Jameson
Critic Samuel Schoenbaum wrote contemptuously of this book in Shakespeare 's Lives, 1970, while getting its title wrong and offering a simplistic account of ABJ 's life. He ascribes her choice of subject to...
Literary responses Charlotte Stopes
CS 's fame has been largely obscured by that of her daughter Marie . Her contribution as a Shakespearean scholar, however, along with the question of its denigration by male scholars, has been taken up...


By November 2017: Classical scholar Emily Wilson (daughter...

Women writers item

By November 2017

Classical scholar Emily Wilson (daughter and grand-daughter of English-literature scholars Katherine Duncan-Jones and Elsie Duncan-Jones ) became the first woman ever to translate the whole of Homer 's Odyssey into English.


Sidney, Sir Philip. “Editorial Materials”. Miscellaneous Prose of Sir Philip Sidney, edited by Katherine Duncan-Jones and Jan Van Dorsten, Clarendon Press, 1973, p. various pages.
Duncan-Jones, Katherine. “Why Have So Few Women Written on Shakespeare?”. Early Modern Lives: Biography and Autobiography, Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Conference, London.