Arthur Waley

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Standard Name: Waley, Arthur

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Stella Benson
SB became a close friend of the artists Cuthbert and Lady Eileen Orde .
Grant, Joy. Stella Benson: A Biography. Macmillan, 1987.
241
She met Vita Sackville-West , Arthur Waley , Aldous Huxley , and—at a party given by Ella Hepworth DixonH. G. Wells .
Grant, Joy. Stella Benson: A Biography. Macmillan, 1987.
244, 245-6
Friends, Associates Ivy Compton-Burnett
The young male intellectuals whom ICB met through her brother Noel included Arthur Waley .
Spurling, Hilary. Ivy When Young. Victor Gollancz, 1974.
189
Waley used his birth name, Arthur Schloss, until he changed it for patriotic reasons during the First World War...
Friends, Associates H. D.
After her move to England, Ezra Pound introduced HD to his circle of friends, many of whom were important figures in the modernist movement. They included W. B. Yeats , T. S. Eliot ,...
Friends, Associates Ling Shuhua
The artists came together at this time: Bell and Duncan Grant added small pieces to LS's friendship scroll, and LS painted some of Quentin Bell 's ceramics. LS briefly met Arthur Waley via Vanessa Bell
Intertextuality and Influence Iris Murdoch
This novel features sunny Dorset in summer as its predecessor featured city fog in winter; it reflects the intensive study of Shakespeare that IM had undertaken on finishing The Red and the Green. It...
Occupation Elizabeth Jenkins
EJ 's war work was done in the Civil Service , first for the Assistance Board which helped in the settlement of Jewish refugees and then with compensation payments to those whose property had been...
Textual Production Rumer Godden
She dedicated it To Jon and the spirit of little Joss, who was born there, and used an epigraph translated from Chinese by Arthur Waley .
Godden, Rumer. Rungli-Rungliot. P. Davies, 1944.
prelims
It was in fact her sister Jon who...
Textual Production Ling Shuhua
Ancient Melodies opens with Sackville-West 's Orientalist vision of the author's writing and life. She writes, A long time back, that is to say in 1938-39, one of the many daughters of an ex-Mayor of...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Amabel Williams-Ellis
Williams-Ellis divided her text into five sections according to audience, respectively written For All, For Philosophers, For Missionaries, For Critics, and For Readers. The last section consists of short studies...

Timeline

About 1007
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