Margery Perham

Standard Name: Perham, Margery

Connections

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Friends, Associates Elspeth Huxley
EH 's family background and her career in journalism brought her a large acquaintance. She built warm relationships with some who were professionally involved in that career, like Harold Raymond (with his wife, Vera )...
Health Flora Shaw
According to FS 's own biographer and her husband's biographer (E. Moberly Bell and Margery Perham respectively, both of whom were friends of their subjects) it was overwork that caused such mental and physical...
Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
This book was a great success. It was twice reprinted before the outbreak of the second world war interrupted its career; in 1999 it was issued in Penguin 's Twentieth Century World Classics series. EH
Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
For this EH was praised by The Times (as applying to controversial matters understanding and accuracy . . . humour, perspective, and a keen judgement), by the Times Literary Supplement (as never losing her...
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
Race and Politics in Kenya was published, in the form of a lively dialogue or debate between EH and Margery Perham .
British Book News. British Council.
(1944): 134
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
In about 1935 EH began to plan a book purely about the Africans, which would be in large part an argument against the anti-colonial views of Margery Perham .
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins, 2002.
124
She planned it in the...

Timeline

October 1886
St Hugh's College for women was founded at Oxford University; its first principal was Anne Moberly .