Ivy Low

Standard Name: Low, Ivy


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Friends, Associates F. Tennyson Jesse
Gordon Place became the centre of an active female literary community, which included Elizabeth Bowen , Rose Macaulay , Virginia Woolf , Ivy Low (who was also a good friend of Viola Meynell ), Ivy Compton-Burnett
Friends, Associates Viola Meynell
During 1913 to 1914, VM became close friends with Gladys Parrish Huntington (who in 1915 was to publish Carfrae's Comedy) through a common friend, Ivy Low .
MacKenzie, Raymond N. A Critical Biography of English Novelist Viola Meynell, 1885-1956. Edwin Mellen.
110-11, 113
Soon afterwards, while doing war...
Friends, Associates Viola Meynell
VM met Lawrence through Ivy Low . Enthusiastic about his writing, she offered to lend him her cottage and to do his typing. During his stay on the Meynells' property, Lawrence introduced Viola to Ottoline Morrell
Literary responses D. H. Lawrence
Early critics, including the novelist Ivy Low , pointed out the book's resonances with Freudian psychoanalysis, although Lawrence insisted that he did not intentionally use Freud .
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
In Notes on D.H. Lawrence (1931), Virginia Woolf


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