S. S. Koteliansky

Standard Name: Koteliansky, S. S.


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Friends, Associates Elizabeth von Arnim
On her return to London, EA found that her husband's smear campaign had effectively alienated her from her established social set. She responded by cultivating a friendship with a younger man, Alexander Stuart Frere-Reeves
Friends, Associates Dorothy Brett
Brett moved in various distinct social circles. Augustus John was an admired acquaintance. Virginia Woolf , a friend, nevertheless commented in 1921 on Brett being one of the entourage of Lady Ottoline Morrell , and...
Friends, Associates Dorothy Brett
Whilst at Garsington, Brett also developed close friendships with Aldous Huxley and his future wife Maria Nys (she was said to have provided the basis for Jenny Mullion in Huxley's first novel, Crome Yellow...
Friends, Associates Katherine Mansfield
KM met the Russian S. S. Koteliansky through the Lawrences; he came to fill a father-figure role in her life. She saw him three times during her last month in England, in September 1922.
Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. Oxford University Press.
168, 170, 418
Publishing Dorothy Richardson
In September 1934, she met S. S. Koteliansky , known as Kot to such friends and associates as Katherine Mansfield and John Middleton Murry , D. H. Lawrence , and Virginia and Leonard Woolf ...
Textual Production Dorothy Richardson
The volume contains a selection of Richardson's approximately 1,800 surviving letters, dated from 1901. It includes her personal and professional letters to such correspondents as Bryher , H. D. , Sylvia Beach , Amy Catherine (Jane)


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