Stephen Lucius Gwynn

Standard Name: Gwynn, Stephen Lucius

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Intertextuality and Influence Evelyn Sharp
She found Stephen Gwynn , then a Macmillan reader, a firm supporter, and his wife, May Gwynn , who also often read her work in manuscript, an admirable critic. The Gwynn children, Denys and Sheila...
Literary responses Augusta Gregory
The play was very well received, drawing large and enthusiastic audiences. From the beginning, critics recognized its hypnotic effect and its potential to stir audiences to violence. One reviewer, Stephen Gwynn , questioned whether such...
Literary responses Lucas Malet
Two things about this novel gave offence initially and had a long-term effect on its reputation: its treating the nasty
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
topic of deformity, and its involving the hero emotionally with three women (his mother as...
Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Stephen Gwynn , collateral descendant of CGOB and editor of her works, judged that she lacked [t]he dramatic gift, the power of interpreting and displaying motives.
Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, and Charlotte Grace O’Brien. “Introductory Memoir”. Charlotte Grace O’Brien, Maunsel, 1909, pp. 3 - 135.
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Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Gwynn at least tolerated these experiments, but Aubrey de Vere was shocked, and wrote CGOB a letter of remonstrance which Gwynn found interesting.
Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, and Charlotte Grace O’Brien. “Introductory Memoir”. Charlotte Grace O’Brien, Maunsel, 1909, pp. 3 - 135.
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Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Of her poetry, Stephen Gwynn found real excellence only when she worked with a metre which imposed upon her a rigid form. Though he admitted her looser lyrics had grace and charm, he thought only...
Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
The Athenæum called Light and Shade a modest and pathetic book.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
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It praised the author for her moderation in pleading for justice for Ireland without succumbing to the unreasoning bitterness it discerned...
Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Stephen Gwynn felt that CGOB 's essay on Shanid Castle in Limerick (a ruined thirteenth-century tower destroyed by fire in 1641, bound up with the history of the Earls of Desmond and the clan Fitzgerald)...
Literary responses Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Stephen Gwynn , editor of these selections from CGOB 's works, judged that as a writer she had broadly speaking . . . failed because she never tried hard enough. She was too busy living...
Textual Production Charlotte Grace O'Brien
Stephen Gwynn posthumously edited and published, with a memoir, Charlotte Grace O'Brien , Selections from her Writings and Correspondence, containing a choice of her poems and essays.
Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, and Charlotte Grace O’Brien. “Introductory Memoir”. Charlotte Grace O’Brien, Maunsel, 1909, pp. 3 - 135.
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