Elizabeth Friedmann

Standard Name: Friedmann, Elizabeth

Connections

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Friends, Associates Laura Riding
LR 's relationship with her intended bibliographer Walter Thigpen ended in acrimony after she was demoted from deserving a full-volume bibliography to a share in one devoted to minor Fugitives. She formed an epistolary friendship...
Intertextuality and Influence Laura Riding
The volume was, says Elizabeth Friedmann , largely a response to the ideas of Wyndham Lewis .
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books, 2005.
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LR sets out to free the poet from the restrictions imposed by the synthetic or collective notion...
Intertextuality and Influence Laura Riding
Riding's biographer Elizabeth Friedmann maintains that this book continued to influence the poetry written in English throughout the twentieth century.
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books, 2005.
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Literary responses Laura Riding
Allen Tate praised the volume in the New Republic, prophesying a brilliant future for Riding. When John Gould Fletcher in The Criterion called her poems derivative, Graves wrote to criticise both Fletcher for being...
Reception Laura Riding
When Elizabeth Friedmann asked LR years later whether she had written this book in order to explore that which is human, she replied that she had not. I used my sensibility as of the human...
Textual Production Laura Riding
There is a substantial collection of LR 's papers (including diaries and letters, acquired by gift and purchase, with some papers restricted until 2010 or 2016) at Cornell University . A website in connection with...
Textual Production Laura Riding
The year after LR 's death, posthumous publication of her work began with First Awakenings: The Early Poems of Laura Riding, edited by Elizabeth Friedmann , Alan J. Clark , and Robert Nye .
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books, 2005.
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