Leonard Huxley

Standard Name: Huxley, Leonard


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Family and Intimate relationships Aldous Huxley
Aldous's father, Leonard Huxley , was a brilliant man whose rejection of religious belief closed many potential careers to him. He worked as a schoolmaster until 1901, when through the influence of his sister-in-law Mary...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Augusta Ward
One of MAW 's younger sisters became the writer, lecturer, and photographer Ethel Arnold .
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.
Another, Julia , who was eleven years younger than Mary Augusta, was an early graduate of Somerville College, Oxford ...
Friends, Associates Freya Stark
Back from the Middle East, FS began to write about her experiences abroad: starting in November 1928, she published short pieces in Cornhill Magazine, then edited by Leonard Huxley . Through Huxley she met...
Textual Features Jane Welsh Carlyle
As a result of the growing appreciation of JWC 's writing, in 1924 Leonard Huxley published Jane Welsh Carlyle: Letters to Her Family, 1839-1863.
Carlyle, Jane Welsh. Jane Welsh Carlyle: Letters to Her Family, 1839-1863. Huxley, LeonardEditor , John Murray, 1924.
The volume comprises letters to her maternal relatives in...
Textual Production Freya Stark
Tharaya is the Arab name for the star at the centre of the Pleiades constellation. The Cornhill's editor, Leonard Huxley , agreed that it was appropriate for Stark to use a pseudonym in order...


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