Richardson Collection
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box-folder   6/RichardsonDM  
1940: January 21. Dorothy Richardson to Plater (1 item (2 pp.))   
Scope: Commenting on the likeness of their thoughts, which gives her an indication of her success; general and specific comments on Dorothy Richardson's series of novels, The Pilgrimage, in which Miriam is the central figure.

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1940: March 11. Dorothy Richardson to Miss Plater (1 item (2 pp.))   
Scope: Commenting on the author of a volume of essays concerned with female novelists, including George Eliot and Charlotte Bronte, [attributed to Muriel Agnes Masefield]. Richardson disagrees with the author's critical analysis of the Brontës as neurotics who consider themselves geniuses; claims surprise that the author is uncritical in her acceptance of an [unnamed] theory, though she feels that mere acceptance shows "good background pattern both for classification and commentary."