Pilgrimages: The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies

Number 5, 2012


  • Editorial | pdf Scott McCracken


  • Dorothy Richardson and the Poetics of Silence | pdf version Annika J. Lindskog

  • The 'Pilgrimage' of the Single Woman: The Search for the Cosmopolitan Self in Deadlock and Revolving Lights | pdf Emma Sterry

  • Dorothy Richardson's Adventure in Memory | pdf
    Valentina Paradisi

  • 'Lifting the Veil': 'Women and the Future' by Dorothy Richardson | pdf Amanda Carrod

  • Genette, Paratexts, and Dorothy Richardson | pdf
    Renée Stanton


  • Martin Steenson, The Life and Work of Alan Odle | pdf
    George H. Thomson

  • Vittoriana Villa, Scrivere il femminile. Saggio su Dorothy Richardson | pdf
    Valentina Paradisi

Amanda Juliet Carrod is a PhD student at Keele University. Her thesis is on Vogue under the editorship of Dorothy Todd between 1922 and 1926.

Annika J. Lindskog is currently completing her PhD thesis on silence in Modernist fiction at Lund University, Sweden. She has previously published on fictive representations of Sylvia Plath’s suicide, and is also active as a literary critic in the Swedish press.

Valentina Paradisi completed a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature in Bologna, Italy, on the representation of psychic life in the works of Dorothy Richardson, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf and Marcel Proust. She has published several articles, reviews, and translations from English into Italian, focusing mostly on English modernism and women’s writing. In 2010 her doctoral dissertation was published as a book: Dorothy Richardson e il romanzo del Novecento [Dorothy Richardson and the Twentieth-Century Novel].

Renée Stanton is in the fourth year of her PhD at the University of Birmingham. She is due to complete her thesis on Pilgrimage’s paratexts in 2015. She is a Lecturer in English at the University of Wales, Newport.

Emma Sterry holds a doctorate in English from the University of Strathclyde. Her main research interests are in literary and socio-historical representations of the single woman in the first half of the twentieth century, interwar women’s writing, and middlebrow and modernist literary culture. She has published articles on romance in the work of Rosamond Lehmann, and ‘bourgeois bohemianism’ in novels by Lehmann, Molly Keane and Ngaio Marsh.

George H. Thomson taught English at the University of Ottawa, Wayne State and Mount Allison. He is the author of the Fiction of E. M. Forster (Wayne State, 1967) and articles on Conrad, Forster, Golding, Homer, Strugis, and others, Since retiring in 1989, he was been entirely committed to working on Dorothy Richardson. He is the author of A Reader’s Guide to Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage (1996), Notes on Pilgrimage (1999,) and two ebooks: with Dorothy F. Thomson, The Editions of Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage: A Comparison of Texts (ELT Press, 2001) an ebook designed and edited by Kelly Cunningham; and Dorothy Richardson A Calendar of Letters (2007).

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