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Dorothy Richardson in Abingdon

Abingdon – formerly in Berkshire, now in Oxfordshire – might not be the first place to be associated with Dorothy Richardson. But alongside various spots in London and Cornwall, as well as Hanover, Surrey, and Vaud, any good Richardson guided … Continue reading

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Jo Winning at the Harry Ransom Research Centre, Texas

This summer I have been on a Research Fellowship at the Harry Ransom Center, at the University of Texas in Austin working on the Dorothy Richardson Editions Project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Ransom Center has one of … Continue reading

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Richardson and the Little Review

Following a lead sent our way by Dr Clare Hutton from Loughborough University, some new Dorothy Richardson letters have surfaced. The letters come from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s archive of the New York-based modernist magazine, the Little Review, and relate … Continue reading

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HD Fellowship at the Beinecke

Rebecca Bowler Last year, I was lucky enough to be awarded the H.D. Fellowship in British or American Literature, and I spent the whole of September at the Beinecke Library at Yale University, which has the largest collection of Richardson’s … Continue reading

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Two New Letters to Robert Neumann

Rebecca Bowler The name of Robert Neumann crops up in Dorothy Richardson’s letters time and time again. He was known principally to her as the author of Die Macht, which she translated and which was released as Mammon in 1933. … Continue reading

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Pilgrimages 4 2011

Coming soon… Pilgrimages issue 4, with the following great line up: PILGRIMAGES: A JOURNAL OF DOROTHY RICHARDSON STUDIES NUMBER 4, 2011 CONTENTS Scott McCracken, Editorial ARTICLES Jennifer Cooke, Dorothy Richardson, Queer Theorist Harriet Wragg, ‘Like a greeting in a valentine’: … Continue reading

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Third International Richardson Conference Report

Scott McCracken The third Richardson conference organised by the Richardson Society took place at Birkbeck College on 16-17 September 2011. This was the longest event organised by the Society thus far, stretching over two days by popular demand. We were … Continue reading

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Did Dorothy Richardson and H. G. Wells in the Bracken?

In her review of David Lodge’s new work of bio-fiction about H.G. Wells, A Man of Parts, Claire Harman asks if, as Lodge apparently depicts, Wells actually had ‘sex with Dorothy Richardson in the bracken’ ? Well there is certainly … Continue reading

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The Ottawa Archive

Scott McCracken The first of three large packages has just arrived at Keele. Back in January, I made a trip to Ottawa to see George Thomson, a long-planned visit to have a look through George’s papers, which he has generously … Continue reading

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