William Sharp

Standard Name: Sharp, William
Used Form: W. Sharp


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Friends, Associates Mona Caird
MC shared a particularly close friendship with William Sharp (who wrote as Fiona MacLeod ) and his wife Elizabeth (who wrote his biography). The Sharps, who lived a two minutes' walk away from MC in...
Friends, Associates Rosamund Marriott Watson
She forged friendships with other women writers, including Mona Caird , E. Nesbit , Mathilde Blind , Amy Levy , and Alice Meynell . She was also a friend of William Sharp , Austin Dobson
Friends, Associates Augusta Webster
Vernon Lee described in a diary entry attending a housewarming party at the Websters' in Hammersmith: An enormous crush, of ill-dressed, eccentric literary pumps. I spoke to Wm Rossetti , Watts , Sharp ...
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 Joanna Southcott
In this productive year JS issued Letters and Communications: lately written to Jane Townley (which was edited by her servant and friend Ann Underwood and published at Stourbridge).
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Townley was Southcott's friend and patron...
Travel Mona Caird
MC travelled a good deal in Continental Europe. She was abroad for her health in 1889, and she spent the winter of 1890-1 in Rome with William and Elizabeth Sharp .
Forward, Stephanie. “A Study in Yellow: Mona Caird’s ’The Yellow Drawing-Room’”. Women’s Writing, Vol.
, No. 2, pp. 295-07.
Heilmann, Ann. New Woman Strategies: Sarah Grand, Olive Schreiner, Mona Caird. Manchester University Press.


1890: Elizabeth A. Sharp, as Mrs William Sharp,...

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Elizabeth A. Sharp , as Mrs William Sharp, published the anthologyWomen Poets of the Victorian Era.


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