Brocard Sewell

Standard Name: Sewell, Brocard


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Dedications Penelope Shuttle
This was published by Saint Albert's Press at Aylesford in an edition of 500 copies, with 26 copies in hard covers on special paper, signed by the poet and marked with the letters of the...
Friends, Associates Muriel Spark
She acquired new literary friends after her religious conversion, such as Allen Tate , Neville and June Braybrooke (the latter of whom wrote as Isobel English , and titled two of her novels at Spark's...
Friends, Associates Lady Margaret Sackville
She was one of the circle of artists and intellectuals that gathered at the home of artist John Duncan (Celtic revivalist and Symbolist), and she was the acknowledged queen (though guest queen) of the unique...
Reception Frances Horovitz
Brocard Sewell edited a volume of essays on FH in 1987, and Anna Gordon published an article on her in the New Welsh Review in spring 1991.
Reception Ann Quin
In 1972 or 1973, AQ lost many of her manuscripts and notebooks after a flat she kept but did not live in was burgled. In the wake of the crime, cats entered and fouled the...
Textual Features Elizabeth Taylor
Brocard Sewell discerned in this novel an accurate sketch, under fictional names, of members of Eric Gill 's circle.
Beauman, Nicola. The Other Elizabeth Taylor. Persephone Books.
The protagonist, Cressy, grows up in the stifling and isolated environment of an arts-and-crafts Catholic...
Textual Production Pamela Hansford Johnson
PHJ wrote introductions for the Norton edition of Trollope 's Barchester Towers, 1962, and for Cecil Woolf 's and Brocard Sewell 's volume of essays entitled Corvo , 1860-1960, 1961. She contributed in...
Travel Frances Horovitz
FH visted the Carmelite priory at Aylesford in Kent for the first time, with a group of artists led by Father Brocard Sewell of the Aylesford Review.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.


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Sewell, Brocard, and Colin Wilson. Like Black Swans: Some People and Themes. Tabb House, 1982.