Sir George Grove
Standard Name: Grove, Sir George
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||May Laffan|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Augusta Ward|
|Friends, Associates||Flora Klickmann||
Sir George Grove , then Secretary of the Crystal Palace, became and remained a personal friend, as did composer August Manns , who proposed marriage to her but was not accepted. She met other musical...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Anne Barker|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Anne Barker||
She was encouraged into book production by two friends in the trade who had also encouraged her journalism, Alexander Macmillan and George Grove . By 1877 this work had reached four editions besides reprints, and...
|Leisure and Society||May Laffan|
|Textual Production||May Laffan||
She was furious at being identified, as she intensely disliked publicity. In an angry letter to George Grove , editor of the magazine, she wrote: I thought I had clearly made it understood to the...