A number of GE
's extended family members disowned her after this event, while she for her part broke off contact with them. After her return to England, however, and after her marriage to an...
Family and Intimate relationships
She did not marry Rachel's father, though in 1976 she named him as Irish writer Terence de Vere White
, who died in June 1994.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
tended not to read reviews of her works: she claimed to have a kind of contempt for English criticisms.
Egerton, George. A Leaf from the Yellow Book. Editor White, Terence de Vere, Richards Press.
She also abhorred the idea of giving interviews or having her picture printed in...
The book received some appreciative reviews, but there were others which argued that EJ
was culpable in her use of real events which were so traceable. The Time and Tide notice (by a reviewer whom...
never identified herself with a single political group or party, but her second husband
's conservative politics influenced her to some degree. Terence de Vere White
, who edited her letters, describes her as...
Terence de Vere White
, son of a first cousin of Egerton, selected and edited A Leaf from the Yellow Book: The Correspondence of George Egerton, much of it addressed to him. He added...
One more dramatic work was her adaptation of a play by Pierre Loti
entitled The Daughter of Heaven. Terence de Vere White
says that she was this play's translator as well as its adaptor....