E. B. C. Jones

Standard Name: Jones, E. B. C.
Birth Name: Emily Beatrice Coursoll Jones
Nickname: Topsy
Indexed Name: E. B. C. Jones
Married Name: E. B. C. Lucas
EBCJ was a modernist writer, author of two books of poetry, editor of a modernist poetry anthology, and author of five novels, besides reviews. She almost entirely stopped publishing more than thirty years before she died.


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Family and Intimate relationships Q. D. Leavis
Though both husband and wife were to influential, F. R. Leavis became one of the leading literary critics of the twentieth century. A dynamic speaker and teacher, he was known for his uncompromising, exclusive, often...
Friends, Associates Romer Wilson
During the first world war RW shared a flat in London with Emily Beatrix Coursolles (E. B. C.) Jones , who later became a novelist, and who remained a friend.
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Reception Dorothy Richardson
Reviewers expressed delight that something had actually happened to Miriam: namely, her closeness to Michael Shatov. Levity aside, they also found more mature skill, beauty, and richness in Richardson's writing. She was unimpressed by their...
Textual Production Dorothy Richardson
The volume contains a selection of Richardson's approximately 1,800 surviving letters, dated from 1901. It includes her personal and professional letters to such correspondents as Bryher , H. D. , Sylvia Beach , Amy Catherine (Jane)


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Jones, E. B. C. Helen & Felicia. Chatto and Windus, 1927.
Jones, E. B. C. Morning and Cloud. Victor Gollancz, 1931.
Jones, E. B. C. Quiet Interior. Richard Cobden-Sanderson, 1920.
Jones, E. B. C., editor. Songs for Sale. B. H. Blackwell, 1918.
Jones, E. B. C. The Singing Captives. Richard Cobden-Sanderson, 1921.
Jones, E. B. C. The Wedgewood Medallion. Chatto and Windus, 1922.
Jonson, Christopher, and E. B. C. Jones. Windows. B. H. Blackwell, 1917.