6 edition of An immodest Violet found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-195) and index.
|Statement||by Joan Hardwick.|
|LC Classifications||PR6015.U55 Z68 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||91186261|
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Canadian writer Hardwick debuts with this book about a little-remembered British author-feminist. " Immodest Violet" Hunt () grew up among the eminent artistic-literary society of family friends: John Ruskin, Oscar Wilde et al.5/5(1).
Published in Great Britain inthis biography of novelist Violet Hunt by rookie book-author Hardwick, a former schoolteacher, lacks the substance and vivid detail of Barbara Belford's Violet of the same : Joan Hardwick.
Canadian writer Hardwick debuts with this book about a little-remembered British author-feminist. " Immodest Violet" Hunt () grew up among the eminent artistic-literary society of. An immodest Violet Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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Home. Our collections. Books An immodest violet the life of Violet Hunt. description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description. Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Related period First World War (content) Creator HARDWICK, JOAN (Author) Andre Deutsch (Publisher. Books By Joan Hardwick All Clementine Churchill: The Private Life of a Public Person by Joan Hardwick () Jan 1, Hardcover.
An Immodest Violet: The Life of Violet Hunt May 1, by Joan Hardwick Hardcover. $ Violet: The Story of the Irrepressible Violet Hunt and Her Circle of Lovers and Friends – Ford Madox Ford, H.G.
Wells, Somerset Maugham, and Henry James. Simon & Schuster. ISBN Hardwick, Joan (). An Immodest Violet. The Life of Violet Hunt. Andre Deutsch Ltd. ISBN ReferencesBorn: Isabel Violet Hunt, 28 September.
The London Review of Books An Immodest Violet: The Life of Violet Hunt by Joan Hardwick. Deutsch, pp., £, Furthermore, the glimpse of six hands at an open door dicing for pieces of silver ‘may well transcribe a fear of betrayal by the others in the gamble of making it new – with the “open door” the birth-canal of the.
10 Ways Women Dress Immodestly. categories: ‘What right do men have to share with me what they find immodest. Modesty is between me and God’. If that’s you, I would ask you to consider what it means to dress with decency as required by the above text. The Greek word for decency means: ‘a sense of shame or honour, modesty.
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Violet: The Story of the Irrepressible Violet Hunt and Her Circle of Lovers and Friends – Ford Madox Ford, H.G. Wells, Somerset Maugham, and Henry James.
Simon & Schuster. ISBN Hardwick, Joan (). An Immodest Violet. The Life of Violet Hunt. Andre Deutsch Ltd. ISBN An Immodest Violet: The Life of Violet Hunt.
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While scholars might well wish that she had documented many of her materials more carefully and specifically, interested readers certainly will now be given the impulse to Cited by: 1. An Im modest Violet: The Life of Violet Hunt.
London:Andre Deutsch, ; North Pomfret, VT: Trafalgar Square, xvi + pp. $ VIOLET HUNT, a woman both famous and infamous in her own lifetime, exists in twentieth-century texts always in relation to someone else, denied her own voice, her own identity.
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immodesties synonyms, immodesties pronunciation, immodesties translation, English dictionary definition of immodesties. adj. 1. Not conforming to traditional sexual mores; indecent: an immodest bathing suit.Violet Hunt was a British writer, whose writings ranged over a number of literary forms, including short stories, novels, memoir, and biography.
She was an active feminist, and her novels The Maiden's Progress and A Hard Woman were works of the New Woman genre, while her short story collection Tales of the Uneasy is an example of supernatural fiction.Hunt, Violet (–)British novelist and biographer.
Born Isobel Violet Hunt in in Durham, England; died on Januin London, England; daughter of Alfred William Hunt (pre-Raphaelite painter) and Margaret Raine Hunt (novelist, sometimes used pseudonym Averil Beaumont); educated at Notting Hill High School (oneof the first girls' high schools) and South .