Charlie Chaplin

Standard Name: Chaplin, Charlie


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Family and Intimate relationships Rebecca West
Through the 1920s, RW had several brief and sometimes conflicted romantic liaisons with men. In 1920 she made some moves towards having an affair with Compton Mackenzie in retaliation for Wells 's continuing infidelities. During...
Friends, Associates Phyllis Bottome
PB 's group of Indivdual Psychologists met at Café Heck, where they often ran into Hitler , a constant visitor at the café before he came to power. Bottome remembers him as a small...
Friends, Associates Barbara Cartland
BC delighted in the company of the famous, beautiful, and charming. She frequented the Embassy Club , as did Michael Arlen , Cecil Beaton , Charlie Chaplin , and Gloria Vanderbilt , and she counted...
Friends, Associates Elinor Glyn
During her time in the Hollywood film industry, EG became friendly with such stars as Mary Pickford , Douglas Fairbanks , Charlie Chaplin , and Marion Davies . She stayed with Davies for six weeks...
Friends, Associates Graham Greene
GG 's friends spanned the political spectrum. He was a friend of the famously Communist actor and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin , but also of powerful Conservatives like the Tory MP Victor Cazalet . Later in...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Jane Howard
Her friends during the 1950s included Stephen and Natasha Spender , Alec Waugh , Margaret Lane , Malcolm Sargent , and Joyce Grenfell . She also met Cyril Connolly , Olivia Manning , Stevie Smith
Friends, Associates Lady Ottoline Morrell
LOM continued to entertain in London, hosting such guests as Ethel Smyth , Elizabeth Bowen , Stephen Spender , Max Beerbohm , Hope Mirrlees , Djuna Barnes , Charlie Chaplin , the novelist Henry Green
Friends, Associates Edith Sitwell
During her first visit to the USA, ES met Charlie Chaplin , Greta Garbo , and Marianne Moore . A press party at the Gotham Book Mart in New York was attended by ES ...
Friends, Associates Iris Tree
Through her father, her second husband Ledebur, and her own acting and touring in the US, IT met and formed friendships with various Hollywood stars, including Charlie Chaplin , Greta Garbo , and Lillian Gish .
Fielding, Daphne. The Rainbow Picnic. Eyre Methuen.
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Intertextuality and Influence Ali Smith
Like most of AS 's work, this novel is playfully self-reflexive in its adherence to typical story structure. In a formulaic breakdown of essential narrative parts, The Accidental has a prescribed Beginning, Middle...
Publishing Elizabeth Jane Howard
Once she had secured an advance on her first novel, EJH was at once able to place a couple of pieces in Vogue. She later wrote reviews for a little magazine run by Nancy Spain
Textual Production Dora Carrington
Her penmanship is evocative, and her words are accompanied by striking illustrations: Jane Hill suggests that in some of her images Carrington anticipates the comic violence of Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney 's Mickey Mouse...
Textual Production Gertrude Stein
GS opens this text with the flat assertion that Alice B. Toklas did hers now anybody will do theirs.
Stein, Gertrude. Everybody’s Autobiography. Random House.
Once again, then, she purposely confused the boundaries of the self in autobiography.Because fame had...


1919: The war years caused inflation in cinema...

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The war years caused inflation in cinema stars' salaries, and Canadian-born actress Mary Pickford , who became famous as the character Little Mary, a sentimental girl with golden curls, sought a higher salary than Charlie Chaplin .


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