Hamish Miles

Standard Name: Miles, Hamish


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Family and Intimate relationships Olivia Manning
As a very young woman OM began an affair with the charistmatic Hamish Miles (Edward Garnett 's assistant at the publishing firm of Jonathan Cape , and editor of a little magazine). He was...
Intertextuality and Influence Olivia Manning
Hamish Miles , an editor of the magazine, became her lover and an important career influence. Though he rejected the novel manuscript she first submitted to him at Cape (and refused point-blank to introduce her...
Publishing Stevie Smith
Two others were printed a week later, and a sixth, Freddy, which signalled the appearance of a new voice,
Spalding, Frances. Stevie Smith: A Critical Biography. Faber and Faber.
appeared on 11 January 1936. A reader for Jonathan Cape , Hamish Miles ...
Publishing Stevie Smith
Once Hamish Miles had added SS to Cape's list, Rupert Hart-Davis , a director of the firm, met her and became her friend.
Smith, Stevie. Me Again. Editors Barbera, Jack and William McBrien, Vintage.
She told him Cape's advertising was generous and persuasive.
Smith, Stevie. Me Again. Editors Barbera, Jack and William McBrien, Vintage.
Reception Olivia Manning
Edward Garnett , the reader for Cape , thought he had not seen such an impressive novel as this second one since D. H. Lawrence 's The White Peacock. It was to discuss this...
Travel Olivia Manning
A holiday with Hamish Miles in Ireland, during which they visited Dublin, Galway, and the Aran Islands, was important for several of OM 's later books.
English, Isobel, and Olivia Manning. “Introduction”. The Wind Changes, Virago, p. v - xvi.


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