Pamela Hansford Johnson

Pamela Hansford Johnson

Pamela Hansford Johnson, Baroness Snow (29 May 1912 – 18 June 1981) was an English novelist, playwright, poet, literary and social critic.

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Pamela Hansford Johnson - Further Reading
... Ishrat Lindblad, Pamela Hansford Johnson (Twayne Publishers, Boston, 1982) 204 pages ISBN 0-8057-6762-2 Zoe Fairbairns' article on Pamela Hansford Johnson's first novel 'This Bed Thy Centre' ...
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... He mixed in literary circles and met Pamela Hansford Johnson and Dylan Thomas ... In 1936 he married the novelist Pamela Hansford Johnson (1s 1941, 1d 1944) with whom he collaborated on two thrillers under the name Nap Lombard ... After his divorce from Pamela Hansford Johnson, Stewart married Doreen Ellen Coulling in 1950 (1d 1952) ...

Famous quotes by pamela hansford johnson:

    You slam a politician, you make out he’s the devil, with horns and hoofs. But his wife loves him, and so did all his mistresses.
    Pamela Hansford Johnson (1912–1981)

    There are few things more disturbing than to find, in somebody we detest, a moral quality which seems to us demonstrably superior to anything we ourselves possess. It augurs not merely an unfairness on the part of creation, but a lack of artistic judgement.... Sainthood is acceptable only in saints.
    Pamela Hansford Johnson (1912–1981)