Roger Fulford

Standard Name: Fulford, Roger


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Literary responses Ellis Cornelia Knight
Roger Fulford , the editor of the later abridgement, claimed that ECK 's value as a diarist lies in the fact that readers know exactly where they are with her: they need make no allowances...
Literary responses Lady Cynthia Asquith
D. H. Lawrence blamed LCA 's class-consciousness on the basis of her diaries.
Beauman, Nicola. Cynthia Asquith. Hamish Hamilton, 1987.
Once they were published, Roger Fulford in the Times Literary Supplement anticipated that the upper-class lifestyle depicted in the diaries might...
Literary responses Lady Cynthia Asquith
The volume was a Book Society recommendation.
Beauman, Nicola. Cynthia Asquith. Hamish Hamilton, 1987.
Roger Fulford , reviewing it for the Times Literary Supplement, situated it among a crowd of works looking back from difficult times to an easier and...
Literary responses Muriel Jaeger
Roger Fulford in the TLS took the book's slightly desultory air as indicating no deep scholarship, but credited it with wit and distinction. It leaves the reader, he wrote, with a pleasurable glow by setting...
Publishing Ellis Cornelia Knight
This work was edited by Sir John William Kaye , who had acquired ECK 's papers, comprised of journals and an unfinished autobiography, from Lady Egerton , to whom Knight had bequeathed them.
Charlotte, Lady...
Reception Sylvia Pankhurst
SP later made difficulties for at least three film makers' attempts to portray suffragette history. In 1944, Jill Craigie faced opposition from her on the grounds that a correct portrayal was impossible and an affront...
Textual Features Queen Victoria
Editor Roger Fulford reproduces selections from the previously unpublished letters between Victoria and her eldest daughter. The first of six volumes of their letters, this spans from the time of the princess's marriage, when the...
Textual Features Queen Victoria
The fifth volume was the last collected and edited by Roger Fulford . It reveals an ever-increasing closeness between Victoria and her eldest daughter, and the emotional turmoil the queen experienced during the seven years...
Textual Features Queen Victoria
This book, edited by Agatha Ramm in completion of the volumes edited by the late Roger Fulford , concludes the published correspondence between Victoria and the Princess Royal.
Victoria, Queen. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. Beloved and Darling Child: Last Letters Between Queen Victoria and her Eldest Daughter 1886-1901, edited by Agatha Ramm, Alan Sutton, 1990.
Ramm like Fulford omitted many of...


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