Peter Fleming

Standard Name: Fleming, Peter


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Friends, Associates Ella K. Maillart
In China EKM met the French thinker Teilhard de Chardin . She also encountered, at Harbin in Manchuria, an English traveller and writer whom she had briefly met: Peter Fleming , then on commission...
Friends, Associates Freya Stark
After her long recovery, FS continued to enjoy her popularity in London society. Sir Sydney Cockerell , director of Cambridge 's Fitzwilliam Museum , became a friend. She was introduced to Virginia Woolf , Rose Macaulay
Intertextuality and Influence Ann Bridge
The epigraph of this book, from A Journey from Peking, begins: Recollections, above all, of horses—of their courage and foolishness, of their light feet upon the cold December fields . . . .
Bridge, Ann. The Ginger Griffin. Chatto and Windus.
Literary responses Rosita Forbes
The reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement was Peter Fleming , a frequent travel writer who just two years before this had shared an epic journey with Ella Maillart from Peking to northern India. His...
Literary responses Ella K. Maillart
The many favourable reviews included those in The Washington Post Bookworld and the New York Times. Mary Anne Bonney , writing for Punch, admired Maillart's ability to contrast the personal experience of travelling...
Textual Features Jan Morris
The expedition undertaken ran through the mountains of Muscat and elsewhere in Oman on the borders of Saudi Arabia and the present day United Arab Emirates. It was led by Sultan Said bin Taimur
Textual Production Jan Morris
Peter Fleming provided a foreword.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
2866 (1 February 1957): 65
Textual Production Jan Struther
Her invitation to write for a section of the paper mostly occupied by an Establishment social calendar had come a year previously from Peter Fleming , who was then a Times leader-writer. He hoped she...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Ella K. Maillart
Forbidden Journey describes her journey from Peking (popularly known as the Forbidden City, where EKM had worked as a foreign correspondent) along the Silk Road in company with Peter Fleming to Northern India (at...
Travel Ella K. Maillart
EKM travelled 3,500 miles, on foot and by pony, from Peking in China to Srinagar in Kashmir, northern India, with Peter Fleming .
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Peter Fleming
Fleming, Peter. News from Tartary. J. Cape.
Ella Maillart.


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Fleming, Peter. “Hidden Asia: To India from Peking”. Times, No. 47224, pp. 15-18.
Fleming, Peter. News from Tartary. J. Cape, 1936.
Fleming, Peter. “The Oxus and Beyond”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 1837, p. 287.