The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington
The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington are featuring an excerpt from Rosalind on their website which discusses Ellen Terry and her missed opportunity of playing Rosalind (which may have inspired J.M.Barrie’s play of the same name). You can read the excerpt here.
The London Library Magazine
Angela has written an article for The London Library Magazine, Issue 36, Summer 2017 about how much of the research material for Rosalind was drawn from the Library’s English Literature and English Drama shelves. You can read the article here.
The Game of Life: Ford Madox Brown – A Character Study
Angela has a chapter ‘The Game of Life: Ford Madox Brown – A Character Study’ in Ford Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite Pioneer by Julian Treuherz, Philip Wilson Publishers & Manchester Art Gallery, 2011. The chapter is based on a mischievous but revealing Victorian Parlour Game Brown played in 1866.
‘Ford’s Provence: A Pre-Raphaelite Vision’
in Ford Madox Ford, France and Provence
eds. Lemarchal & Davison-Pégon,
International Ford Madox Ford Studies, Vol 10
Rodopi, Amsterdam – New York, 2011
‘L’ITALIA di William Michael Rossetti’
in I Rossetti e l’Italia
eds. Gianni Oliva e Mirko Menna,
Casa Editrice Rocco Carabba, Lanciano 2010
Tender Human Tie
The unconventional intimacy of Ford Madox Brown and Mathilde Blind
From The Times Literary Supplement October 10, 2008
‘William Michael and Lucy Rossetti: Outsider Insiders – The True Cosmopolitans’
Chapter 2 in Outsiders Looking In: The Rossettis Then and Now, pp. 29-45, Anthem Press, 2004 (Contribution to book)
For the New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography published in September 2004, Angela has written the entries on William Michael Rossetti and Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti. The life of William Michael Rossetti was featured on-line as one of the ‘Lives of the Week’ (together with King Alfred and Britannia) during the first week of publication. A genuinely modest man, he would have been amazed.