Margaret Lane

Standard Name: Lane, Margaret


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Friends, Associates Lady Margaret Sackville
Her other literary mentor figure, Ronald Campbell MacFie , a doctor and medical researcher as well as a writer, collaborated with her on several publications (all of which deal with fairies). Around the time of...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Jane Howard
Her friends during the 1950s included Stephen and Natasha Spender , Alec Waugh , Margaret Lane , Malcolm Sargent , and Joyce Grenfell . She also met Cyril Connolly , Olivia Manning , Stevie Smith
Leisure and Society Margaret Kennedy
MK was a guest at a literary dinner honouring Ruth Pitter for winning the Hawthornden prize (for A Trophy of Arms), and Margaret Lane (who had won the Femina Vie Heureuse prize in 1935...
Literary responses Flora Thompson
Discovered only a few years before she died, FT was then rediscovered almost before she had been forgotten. Margaret Lane 's article in Cornhill Magazine awakened an interest in her which led to further publication...
Textual Features Rosamond Lehmann
They published some distinguished names—including Edith Sitwell , Rose Macaulay , and Ivy Compton-Burnett —and some promising newcomers, including Margaret Lane , Margiad Evans , and Jean Howard .
Hastings, Selina. Rosamond Lehmann. Chatto and Windus.
Textual Production Flora Thompson
Flora Thompson 's A Country Calendar was posthumously published, edited by Margaret Lane : it collects short pieces from periodicals, and Thompson's Heatherley, a continuation of Lark Rise to Candleford.
Whitaker’s Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons.
Lindsay, Gillian. Flora Thompson: The Story of the Lark Rise Writer. Hale.


: The second number of Orion. A Miscellany...

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The second number of Orion. A Miscellany appeared: Rosamond Lehmann was one of the editors, along with C. Day Lewis and Edwin Muir .


Thompson, Flora, and Clare Roberts. A Country Calendar. Editor Lane, Margaret, Oxford University Press, 1979.
Lane, Margaret. Frances Wright and the "Great Experiment". Manchester University Press, 1972.
Lane, Margaret. Purely for Pleasure. Hamish Hamilton, 1966.
Gaskell, Elizabeth, and Margaret Lane. Wives and Daughters. Dent, 1966.