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Winifred Holtby

Geoffrey Handley-Taylor

Winifred Holtby

a concise and selected bibliography, together with some letters

by Geoffrey Handley-Taylor

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Published by A. Brown in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Holtby, Winifred, -- 1898-1935 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith a foreword by Vera Brittain.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8414.6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 76p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21458266M
    LC Control Number55012665

    The book is set in the fictional South Riding of Yorkshire: the inspiration being the East Riding rather than South Yorkshire; Holtby's mother, Alice, was the first alderwoman on the East Riding County Council. The leading characters are: Sarah Burton, an idealistic young headmistress; Robert Carne of Maythorpe Hall, tormented by his disastrous marriage; Joe Astell, a socialist .   Winifred Holtby (), journalist, critic, feminist, pacifist and author won the James Tait Black Memorial prize with South Riding, her last novel. Editorial Reviews "[Poor Caroline's] characters make this book a delight."Brand: Little, Brown Book Group.

    Winifred Holtby was born in , the daughter of David Holtby, a prosperous Yorkshire farmer, and Alice Holtby, the first alderwoman in Yorkshire. Educated at home by a governess and then at a boarding school, Holtby passed the entrance exam for Somerville College but left in early to join the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps/5(). Winifred Holtby [1] Winifred Holtby, 34, () was an English novelist and journalist, now best known for her novel South Riding, which was posthumously published in Though younger than most of the diners she was perhaps one of the central figures in the literary network that was in the room, playing a leading role at the time at Time and Tide, and already having .

    To the end, Alice Holtby opposed the book's publication. Winifred, its author, wrote under the shadow of a death sentence. She had contracted scarlet fever as a . Winifred Holtby was born in , the daughter of David Holtby, a prosperous Yorkshire farmer, and Alice Holtby, the first alderwoman in Yorkshire. Educated at home by a governess and then at a boarding school, Holtby passed the entrance exam for Somerville College but left in early to join the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps.


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Winifred Holtby book Winifred Holtby’s witty and compassionate novel was first published inand offers a refreshing contemporary portrait of the domestic effects of the First World War.

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Winifred Holtby (), journalist, critic, feminist, pacifist and author won the James Tait Black Memorial prize with South Riding, her last novel. Editorial Reviews a triumph of personality, a testament of its author's undaunted philosophy— Vera Brittain/5(5).

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South Riding won the James Tait Memorial Prize inand had been reprinted a dozen times when, two years later, it was made into a film starring Ralph Richardson, albeit with a different ending.4/5(1).

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South Riding re-visited I first read Winifred Holtby's South Riding more than 35 years ago and loved it.

The writing is wonderful and the story moving and uplifting. In I watched the Yorkshire Television dramatisation with Dorothy Tutin and Nigel Davenport.

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