Smith, Robert Sidney. “’Always Sincere, Not Always Serious’: Robert Liddell and Barbara Pym”. Twentieth Century Literature, No. 4.
Standard Name: Harvey, Henry
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|Cultural formation||Barbara Pym||
As for marriage, BP 's involvements with men as a student must have been to some extent influenced by social pressure to marry. She felt badly let down when Henry Harvey decided to wed another...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Barbara Pym||
Rupert Gleadow cared about BP a great deal, but their romance was an experience which she chose to downplay in her memory and writing. Her long, unsuccessful pursuit of Henry Harvey , who both attracted...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Barbara Pym|
When An Unsuitable Attachment was finally published (posthumously), Larkin remarked that it was richly redolent of her unique talent, despite some aspects of the text that were not fully done.
Meanwhile in September...
Allen, Orphia Jane. Barbara Pym: Writing a Life. Scarecrow Press, 1994.
|Textual Production||Barbara Pym||
BP 's other juvenilia include poems and short stories published in the literary magazine at her boarding school, Liverpool College : The Sad Story of Alphonse, Henry Shakespeare, Adolphe, Satire (an imitation...
|Textual Production||Barbara Pym|
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