Marigold Johnson

Standard Name: Johnson, Marigold


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Education Antonia Fraser
She was, she said later, an idle and pleasure-bent student. She made at least two lifelong friends, Marigold Johnson and V. S. Naipaul .
Wroe, Nicholas. “The history woman”. The Guardian, pp. 16-19.
Gussow, Mel. “Antonia Fraser: The Lady Is a Writer”. New York Times.
Literary responses Monica Furlong
Marigold Johnson in the Times Literary Supplement sounded sceptical about the somewhat simplistic fusion of Christian faith and Orphic liberation in the body of the book, as well as about the claim to special glimpses...
Literary responses Elspeth Huxley
Marigold Johnson in the Times Literary Supplement described this book as an expression of sympathy for the dispossessed white minority in Kenya, and found its most interesting aspect the sense of alienation from England...
Literary responses Julia O'Faolain
The question that first grabbed the attention of reviewers was that of whether JOF could equal her famous father, or whether it was just his name that had made her noticed. Sally Beauman , reviewing...
Literary responses Christina Stead
CS now received her first enthusiastic review from the Times Literary Supplement—and the first to be written by a woman, Marigold Johnson . Johnson mentioned that [d]istinguished American writers had been extravagant in their...
Publishing Monica Furlong
The book's production and the long quote as blurb suggested (wrote Marigold Johnson ) that MF 's success in other genres had given her publishers great confidence in her powers as a novelist.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].


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Johnson, Marigold. “A nest of gentlefolk”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3768, p. 545.
Johnson, Marigold. “Hot from the Cloisters”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3579, p. 1125.
Johnson, Marigold. “Loves Me Not”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3076, p. 85.
Johnson, Marigold. “Poor Dicks”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3338, p. 117.
Johnson, Marigold. “Things, Things, Things”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3176, p. 21.