Hayter, Alethea (Catharine)

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HAYTER, Alethea (Catharine)

HAYTER, Alethea (Catharine). British (born Egypt), b. 1911. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Biography. Career: On editorial staff, Country Life, 1933-38; with British Council, London, Athens, Paris, Brussels, 1945-71. Publications: Mrs. Browning: A Poet's Work and Its Setting, 1962; A Sultry Month: Scenes of London Literary Life in 1846, 1965; Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1965; Opium and the Romantic Imagination, 1968; Horatio's Version (fiction), 1972; A Voyage in Vain: Coleridge's Journey to Malta in 1804, 1973; Portrait of a Friendship: Drawn from New Letters of James Russell Lowell to Sybella Lady Lyttelton, 1881-1891, 1990; Charlotte Yonge, 1996; A Wise Woman: A Memoir of Lavinia Mynors from Her Diaries and Letters, 1996; The Wreck of the Abergavenny, 2002. EDITOR: Confessions of an English Opium Eater, by T. de Quincey, 1971; Melmoth the Wanderer, 1977; FitzGerald to His Friends: Selected Letters of Edward FitzGerald, 1979; The Backbone: Diaries of a Military Family in the Napoleonic Wars, 1993. Address: 22 Aldebert Terr, London SW8 1BJ, England.

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