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Mary Clarissa May Byron n e Gillington was a British writer and poet, best known for her abridgements of J M Barrie s Peter Pan books She published under the names May Byron, M.C Gillington and Maurice Clare Byron specialised in writing biographies of great artists, before going on to rewrite some of J M Barrie s works for younger readers and to write cookbooks.She was born Mary Clariss

9 thoughts on “A Day With Elizabeth Barret Browning

  1. says:

    A wonderful book to read in the early morning over a cup of coffee or two May Byron depicts E.B Browning as a real woman with a real husband and real son and an extroadinary sense of being in a world barely seperated from the other world After reading How Elizabeth Barret Browning Saved my Life, by Mameve Medwed, I felt an obligation to find out how this acclaimed poet actually was Something tells me that this book is not exactly in full circluation right now My copy was brom the Waterloo Public Library actually a used bookstore on St Catherine Street and turning the page was a thrill because the pages were as thick as a manilla file folder.About the bookMay Byron s narrative of a da...

  2. says:

    All of her Days books, written during the 1910s in the belles lettres style, provide the reader a brief escape into the life and mind of a creative spirit Part research, part supposition, part imagination, these essays and the accompanying color plates offe...

  3. says:

    I don t know why I didn t enjoy this I like Elizabeth Barrett Browning, like her poetry The story just failed to grab me.

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