Alfred Richard Orage

Standard Name: Orage, Alfred Richard
Used Form: A. R. Orage

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Gawthorpe
MG records in detail a drama in miniature
Gawthorpe, Mary. Up Hill to Holloway. Traversity Press, 1962.
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when she was visiting Orage at his home, and he suddenly, without warning, pulled her close and said Kiss me. She did so (responding instinctively)...
Friends, Associates Mary Gawthorpe
MG equally admired A. R. Orage and Holbrook Jackson , founders of the Leeds Arts Club . At the Club she also met Edward Carpenter , W. B. Yeats , G. K. Chesterton , George Bernard Shaw
Friends, Associates Mary Gawthorpe
Instructor Ruth Pitter
At home her parents used to make her and her sister and brother learn poems by heart, and they paid for the learning, at a penny to sixpence a poem according to length.
Russell, Arthur, Lord David Cecil, and Lord David Cecil. “Faithful to Delight: A Portrait Sketch”. Ruth Pitter: Homage to a Poet, edited by Arthur Russell, Rapp and Whiting, 1969, pp. 19 -40.
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Later...
Intertextuality and Influence Dora Marsden
The Freewoman's other writing contributors included Rebecca West , radical feminists Ada Neild Chew and Theresa Billington-Greig , Stella Browne (later founder of the Abortion Law Reform Association ), anarchists Rose Witcop and Guy Aldred
Intertextuality and Influence Ruth Pitter
RP remembered writing her first poem at five, in capital letters with blue pencil on a bit of torn paper, impelled by the need to write down the feelings aroused by remembering an image of...
Literary responses Florence Farr
Her contributions to The New Age were well received. The editor, Orage , told FF her articles were more frequently quoted than those of any other writer.
Johnson, Josephine. Florence Farr: Bernard Shaw’s new woman. Colin Smythe, 1975.
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A. Walton Litz believed them to stand...
Literary responses Isabella Ormston Ford
In the Labour press, however, IOF received more favourable reviews. For instance, Alfred Orage 's review in the Labour Leader was a friendly one. Entitled Pre-Neo Womanhood, it suggested that Democracy at last touches...
Literary responses Katherine Mansfield
KM 's work was savagely attacked. Laurence Binyon called her story wilfully defiant of the rules of art, and said that in her poems she lies flapping and wappering.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press, 1982.
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The first of these terms...
Occupation Isabella Ormston Ford
IOF 's interests were wide-ranging. In addition to her earnest work for social reform, she also was a member of the Leeds Art Club (founded by A. R. Orage ) and the Humanitarian League ...
Occupation P. L. Travers
Her friend Æ introduced her to the editor of this journal, A. R. Orage . She also served as a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee, of which T. S. Eliot too was a member.
Demers, Patricia. P.L. Travers. Twayne, 1991.
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Haggarty, Ben. “Refining Nectar”. A Lively Oracle: A Centennial Celebration of P.L. Travers, Creator of Mary Poppins, edited by Ellen Dooling Draper and Jenny Koralek, Published for the Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation by Larson Publications, 1999, pp. 19 -24.
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politics Mary Gawthorpe
Tom Garrs introduced MG to Socialist politics. This was a time, she wrote later, when in a place the size of Leeds the labour movement was deeply aware but not yet moving, much less on...
politics Storm Jameson
While at King's , SJ accepted an invitation to join the Eikonoklasts, a group of men that met for weekly discussion in a campus common-room. Jameson recalled with relish that they were skeptics, unavowed anarchists...
Publishing P. L. Travers
For sixteen years from 1933, PLT wrote for The New English Weekly, edited by A. R. Orage (to whom her friend Æ introduced her). Her work for this journal consisted primarily of drama criticism...
Publishing Storm Jameson
SJ excerpted this article from her graduate thesis on modern British and European drama. She was especially pleased to be published in the New Age, as she and her fellow students revered both the...

Timeline

1907
Alfred Richard Orage and Holbrook Jackson acquired the weekly reviewNew Age (founded in 1894).
Kindley, Evan. “Ismism”. London Review of Books, No. 2, pp. 33 - 5.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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