Dillwyn Knox

Standard Name: Knox, Dillwyn


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Family and Intimate relationships Penelope Fitzgerald
PF 's paternal uncles were a remarkable group. Ronald , famous as Father Ronald Knox, was a Roman Catholic convert and Biblical scholar. Wilfred Knox , also a respected Biblical scholar, was an Anglican priest....
Family and Intimate relationships Winifred Peck
The first of Winifred's younger brothers, Dillwyn Knox , was born on 23 July 1884. The family athlete, the organizer of games, he was brusque and cutting . . . to the uppish ....
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Taylor
Through the Knox family the then Betty Coles met the sculptor Eric Gill , who also lived nearby. She helped in his workshop and became and remained his friend. She may perhaps have posed for...
Occupation Elizabeth Taylor
While her career ambitions centred on becoming a writer, she also at her mother's urging found work as governess to a brilliant pupil,
Liddell, Robert, and Francis King. Elizabeth and Ivy. Peter Owen.
Oliver Knox, seven-year-old son of Dillwyn Knox —and nephew, therefore, of...
Textual Production Penelope Fitzgerald
PF published her second biographical study, The Knox Brothers, about her father, E. V. Knox , and his brothers, the Catholic theologian Ronald Knox , Anglican theologian Wilfred Knox , and classicist Dillwyn Knox .
British Book News. British Council.
(1977): August insert
Harvey-Wood, Harriet. “Penelope Fitzgerald”. The Guardian, p. 22.


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