Speedie, Julie. Wonderful Sphinx: The Biography of Ada Leverson. Virago, 1993.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Ella D'Arcy|
|Friends, Associates||Ella D'Arcy|
|Friends, Associates||Ada Leverson|
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Mew|
|Friends, Associates||Evelyn Sharp|
|Literary responses||Ella D'Arcy||
Henry Harland called this story stunning. It was well reviewed, both for its actual achievement and for its promise for the future. Here and there objections were voiced to its ignoble subject-matter.
Fisher, Benjamin Franklin. “Ella D’Arcy: A Commentary with a Primary and Annotated Secondary Bibliography”. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, No. 2, pp. 179 -11.
|Literary responses||Ella D'Arcy|
The editor, Henry Harland , admired the story, but requested that she moderate some of the more excessive descriptions. Plenty, however, remain.
Fitzgerald, Penelope. Charlotte Mew and Her Friends. Collins, 1984, p. 240 pp.
Stanford, Donald E., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 19. Gale Research, 1983.
|Textual Features||Ella D'Arcy||
This encounter takes place between Sir Julian, the banker at a casino in a German seaside resort, and a young American, Francis Underhill, who decides (after whimsical dialogues with himself) that he recognises Garve as...
|Textual Production||Victoria Cross||
Neither work was published entire at this time, although Henry Harland , editor of The Yellow Book, was glowing in his praise of them. Instead, VC 's first publication consisted of solely chapter three...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Ella D'Arcy||
This memoir presents extended word-pictures of Henry Harland and Frederick Rolfe (who satirised her in his Nicholas Crabbe, which was as yet unpublished during her career, but circulating in manuscript). She writes touchingly about...
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