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Rose Macaulay

a.k.a. Emile Rose Macaulay

Author Code: EERM

Born: Aug. 1, 1881 - Rugby, Warwickshire, England

Died: Oct. 30, 1958 - London, England

After spending her childhood in Italy, Macaulay was educated at Oxford High School for Girls and Somerville College at Oxford University. She published her first novel, Abbots Verney in 1906. She worked in the British Propaganda department and the War Office during the First World War and it was then that she began a 24-year affair with the writer Gerald O'Donovan. It wasn't until 1920, when she published Potterism, that she received literary fame. Much of her work contain religious themes which reflected her own inner conflicts. Macaulay was a regular contributor of essays and stories to magazines such as The Spectator, and was a central figure in the London literary scene of the time. She also wrote some excellent non-fiction works in addition to her many novels. Her works include The Furnace (1907), The Valley Captives (1911), The Lee Shore (1912), Non-combatants and Others (1916), What Not: A Prophetic Comedy (1918), Told By an Idiot (1923), Keeping Up Appearances (1928), They Were Defeated (1932), Milton (1934), Life Among the English (1942), They Went to Portugal (1946), The World My Wilderness (1950) and The Towers of Trebizond (1956).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EERM003 Dangerous Ages 1921 115 493k eBook Download PDF - 'Dangerous Ages' (EERM003) Find a printed copy of Dangerous Ages by Rose Macaulay at AbeBooks
EERM001 The Lee Shore 1912 148 619k eBook Download PDF - 'The Lee Shore' (EERM001) Find a printed copy of The Lee Shore by Rose Macaulay at AbeBooks
EERM002 Potterism 1920 114 503k eBook Download PDF - 'Potterism' (EERM002) Find a printed copy of Potterism by Rose Macaulay at AbeBooks

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