Category Archives: Warner, Sylvia Townsend

“My Own Way”: Sylvia Townsend Warner, Lolly Willowes

“Say you won’t leave us, Lolly.” “I’m afraid I can’t do that.” “But Lolly, what you want is absurd.” “It’s only my own way, Henry.” In many ways, Lolly Willowes is a familiar book. Like Villette or The Odd Women or The Crowded Street, … Continue reading

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“This extraordinary colloquy”: Sylvia Townsend Warner, Summer Will Show

I picked up Summer Will Show on my trip to Boston a couple of years ago. It caught my eye then because not long before we had run a good essay on Sylvia Townsend Warner in Open Letters. I’ve read most of the books … Continue reading

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