Neville Braybrooke

Standard Name: Braybrooke, Neville


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Friends, Associates Olivia Manning
OM 's friends included a number of fellow-writers: William Gerhardi , Ivy Compton-Burnett (whom she had first met before the war, at a party given by Rose Macaulay , and whose work she deeply admired),...
Friends, Associates Muriel Spark
She acquired new literary friends after her religious conversion, such as Allen Tate , Neville and June Braybrooke (the latter of whom wrote as Isobel English , and titled two of her novels at Spark's...
Publishing Rose Macaulay
One of RM 's last articles, The First Impact of The Waste Land, appeared in T. S. Eliot : A Symposium for His Seventieth Birthday, edited by Neville Braybrooke .
Crawford, Alice. Paradise Pursued: The Novels of Rose Macaulay. Associated University Presses.
Publishing Olivia Manning
This authoritative information comes from her biography by Neville and June Braybrooke . Different versions put her at sixteen and the number of lurid mystery serials at four: she liked to keep secret both her...
Textual Production Olivia Manning
In 1967 OM published Extraordinary Cats, dedicated to Neville and June Braybrooke (Isobel English), which is very largely about her Burmese cat, Miou.
Braybrooke, Neville, and Isobel English. Olivia Manning: A Life. Chatto and Windus.


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Braybrooke, Neville, and Isobel English. Olivia Manning: A Life. Chatto and Windus, 2004.
Macaulay, Rose. “The First Impact of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>The Waste Land</span&gt”;. T.S. Eliot: A Symposium for his Seventieth Birthday, edited by Neville Braybrooke, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1958.