Diana Maltz

Standard Name: Maltz, Diana


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Cultural formation May Kendall
Later in life she involved herself with the Quakers or Society of Friends . Diana Maltz notes that although she was not a Quaker herself, she was closely allied with their institutional activities and contributed...
Textual Production May Kendall
MK 's relationship with Rowntree is described by Diana Maltz as what Beatrice Potter Webb had been to Charles Booth twenty-five years earlier.
Maltz, Diana. “Sympathy, Humor, and the Abject Poor in the Work of May Kendall”. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, No. 3, ELT Press, pp. 313 -2.
Her work suggests that although she was an advocate for social...


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