John Lawrence

Standard Name: Lawrence, John


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Occupation Florence Nightingale
Her work brought her into contact with top officials and, although she never visited the subcontinent, she corresponded with Sir Bartle Frere , Governor of Bombay; Sir John McNeill , surgeon with the East India Company
Publishing Elizabeth De la Pasture
It seems to have been her only work for the young. The first reprint was in 1914, illustrated by E. T. Reed . The beautiful Folio Society edition of 1980, with illustrations by John Lawrence
Publishing Susan Hill
SH published The Woman in Black, a novel or novella or ghost story with atmospheric illustrations by John Lawrence , which five years later went on to enjoy immense success as an adaptation for...
Publishing Susan Hill
SH 's volume of autobiographical sketches, The Magic Apple Tree: A Country Year, was published with engravings by John Lawrence . In May the BBC ran a 20-minute film about it on their Omnibus...
Textual Production Penelope Lively
In the same year as CorruptionPL published a story collection for children, Uninvited Ghosts, and Other Stories (illustrated by John Lawrence ).
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Waugh, Auberon et al. “Introduction”. The Unlucky Family, Folio Society, 1980, p. vii - xii.
Hill, Susan, and John Lawrence. The Magic Apple Tree. Hamish Hamilton, 1982.
De la Pasture, Elizabeth et al. The Unlucky Family. Folio Society, 1980.
Waugh, Daisy et al. “The Unlucky Family”. The Unlucky Family, Folio Society, 1980, p. xii - xiii.
Hill, Susan, and John Lawrence. The Woman in Black. Hamish Hamilton, 1983.