Miss May Sinclair: novelist: a biographical and critical introduction
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1973 - Biography & Autobiography - 332 pages
Presents a fascinating portrait of a woman who dramatized woman's struggle to realize her self. She was the most sensitive explorer of unconsciousness motivation in the English novel of the twentieth century, carrying forward George Eliot's dedication to a truthful and unsentimental representation of humanity. Illustrated.
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The Philosopher at the Summit
With Dorothea Beale at the Cheltenham Ladies College
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