Frankau, Pamela. I Find Four People. I. Nicholson and Watson, 1935.
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This novel consists of three sections. The opening one, The Duchess and the Smugs, was rejected by a long list of American magazines under its first title, The Moon, the Duchess and the Other...
|Friends, Associates||Pamela Frankau|
|Friends, Associates||Dodie Smith|
|Friends, Associates||G. B. Stern|
|Friends, Associates||Rebecca West|
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In the early twentieth century she held near-canonical status. Playwright John Van Druten , who was just a century younger than JWC , later recalled being deeply struck as a twelve-year-old boy by her account...
|Literary responses||G. B. Stern||
John Van Druten apparently found this character exasperating.
Stern, G. B. Trumpet Voluntary. Cassell, 1944.
The novel was well received in Britain and America, and established West's reputation as a fiction writer.
In 1928 it was adapted for the stage by John Van Druten , and years later, in...
Rollyson, Carl. Rebecca West: A Saga of the Century. Hodder and Stoughton, 1995.
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