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OPEN SESAME By Christine Longford

OPEN SESAME By Christine Longford

severe test. Miss Salter. a young Australian writer, was with that great woman for eight years. and has written a memoir of the Edith Sitwell she knew. 'lbis book, called "The Last Years of a Rebel", is strictly biogra*mat. it is narrative and not literary
June 10, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH ENTERS WITH MODEST INTENTIONS Lord Piercy investigates By Hath RELAND’ ecoaoßMc a mu! «f who arriTed with momty ami

EDITH ENTERS WITH MODEST INTENTIONS Lord Piercy investigates By Hath RELAND’ ecoaoßMc a mu! «f who arriTed with momty ami

frequentlv come in is here that EDITH can play a « partners it mentioned in useful role. It is better to let Lord Ediths last annual report. Piercy take over and use his words With the abundance of private about EDITH s intentions. companies in Ireland
June 18, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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I knew Rose Macaulay and loved her, and I didn't know Edith Sitwell. so in that fight I am pro-Rose and anti-Edith. "I ant resigned to the fact that people who don't know me loathe me". said Edith. Miss Salter knew her and loved her, and hopes to make
June 10, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Homage to Gloriana

Homage to Gloriana

down had been her as los as outwardly yens little by Lilian Humble FANFARE FOR ELIZABETH. By Edith Strivell. Mosenullen. 21s. THE QUEENS AND THE HIVE. By Edith Schell. Macmillan. Its. and gay as a golden mote light--and as quickly gone. But though this
September 8, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICTORIAN REBEL

VICTORIAN REBEL

Sv, inhume. * Swinburne is out of fashion and Dame Edith Sitwell, in her long cmhusiutic preface to this selec- by Austin Clarke Svriabunte : A Selection compiled and with as btrothertio• by Dame Edith SitwelL Wakkedleld and Nicobos. 255. Lion, shows her
October 1, 1960 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Long Look third to Aunt Edith

Long Look third to Aunt Edith

Long Look third to Aunt Edith PUP Briu.h challenger. Aunt (xrrlmutuel. Place divirlendd v.crß Fdith. swept home an easy 4.10 and 10.40. winner l.ongchamp sesterday After the triple fall, l« Brcnta the Pna Vermeille. hut a test look up the running, followed
September 20, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cousin Edith’s Way

Cousin Edith’s Way

Cousin Edith’s Way LIONEL FLEMING writes about the writer. Edith Somerville and religious and class distinctions before the Treaty. r’OUSIN EDITH SOMERVILLE, the old df»»on of Cutletownsbend, would still for m»ny continue to catch and record what was
November 23, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

to commit herself, the author allows Edith only a secondary role. In the second book. she is the protagonist, and she falls 13 love with a character much more strongly drawn than the other puppets in the talc. Edith refuses to leave her silly husband for
August 18, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edith Wharton Revived

Edith Wharton Revived

Edith Wharton Revived THE CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY. By Edith Wharton. Constable, 365. ETHAN FROME AND SUMMER. By Edith Wharton. Constable, 365. way of romance. Did I say romance? Now I know belter, I would no longer use the word, except in the sense that
November 13, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Little E.

Little E.

TAKES CARE OF. By Edith Sun ell. Hutchinson. JO*. • DOST CARE t.A«r am 1 reading." said Lady Wa. long as i am reading. It passes the lime.” It was not a case of '• like mother, like daughter.” Her daughter, Edith Sitwell, caned very much what
April 3, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland