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Dorothy Richardson

Caesar R. Blake

Dorothy Richardson

by Caesar R. Blake

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Published by Michigan University Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Richardson, Dorothy M. -- 1873-1957.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementforeword by Leslie Fiedler.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 208p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19984888M

    Dorothy Richardson is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Dorothy Richardson and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. Dorothy M. Richardson, English novelist, an often neglected pioneer in stream-of-consciousness fiction. Richardson passed her childhood and youth in secluded surroundings in late Victorian England. After her schooling, which ended when, in her 17th year, her parents separated, she engaged in.

    Ford Madox Ford once said that Dorothy Richardson is ""the most abominably unread of modern novelists."" Her fate remains signally unchanged and even Rosenberg's sympathetic if tempered appraisal of her life and her novels — namely a thirteen volume roman fleuve entitled Pilgrimage — is unlikely to return you to it since it seems to be a work of some austerity. Pointed Roofs. By Dorothy Richardson. In a review of Pointed Roofs (The Egoist April ), May Sinclair first applied the term "stream of consciousness" in her discussion of Richardson's stylistic innovations. Richardson, however, preferred the term interior monologue. Pointed Roofs was the first volume in a sequence of 13 novels titled Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.

    This is a sympathetic critique of the first, but now almost unread, stream-of-consciousness novel Pilgrimage. The first volume of Dorothy Richardson's twelve volume work, was published in , the last in , and during that period her explorations in this genre were brilliantly surpassed by Joyce, Proust and Virginia Woolf. Dorothy Richardson of McKinney, Texas passed away on December 5, at the age of She was born on August 6, to John Ruttenberg and Sadie (Scanlon) Ruttenberg in Newark, New Jersey. She married James V. Richardson on September 11, in Miami, Florida.


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At this time many of the large Georgian houses in Bloomsbury were divided up for multiple occupation and provided cheap rented rooms for ‘respectable’ working men and women. Richardson’s diary records her paying a rent of £ a week. Dorothy M. Richardson, 80, passed away peacefully on Friday, August 3, at her home in Aurora while surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Aurora on June 29, ; the daughter of. Dorothy Miller Richardson () was the first writer to publish an English-language novel using what was to become known as the stream-of-consciousness technique.

In London, she began moving among Avant-garde Socialist and artistic circles, including the Bloomsbury group. Jun 12,  · Pointed Roofs, Chapter One of Pilgrimage, by Dorothy Richardson () 12 June 17 March Richardson did not realize until halfway through writing the book that she had been using the real names of her characters, when she changed Pabst to Pfaff.

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