Tag Archive: Dorothy Richardson

The End of the Road!

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I have finally completed all thirteen novels in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage – Hooray! For the most part, I’ve very much enjoyed spending the year with Miriam Henderson. The earlier novels were a complete joy –… Continue reading

Christmas fun-times!

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I am so close to finishing Dorothy Richardson’s ‘Pilgrimage’, it feels like the end of term is looming. Over the past few weeks I have read little else in order to see it… Continue reading

Clear Horizon? Not from here it’s not!

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Clear Horizon, book eleven of Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage, has been a wet blanket of a read for me. Things seemed to be looking up for Miriam Henderson after her jaunt in the snowy Swiss… Continue reading

Should I stay or should I go now?

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As the end of the year approaches, I’m finally picking up speed on Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage, and have now finished the tenth book of the thirteen in the series, Dawn’s Left Hand.  With… Continue reading

Welcome Fun and Frolics in the Snow

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In Oberland, the ninth book in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series, Miriam Henderson takes a fortnight’s trip to the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. This holiday, arranged and paid for by her employer, proved to not… Continue reading

‘Can’t you see I’m so Trapped….’

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Having just finished The Trap (1925), the eighth book in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series, I’ve finally moved onto the fourth and final volume. The end is in sight, and I just might the whole series finished before… Continue reading

‘Most good men are something like chimpanzees.’

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I’ve just finished reading Revolving Lights, the seventh novel in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series, and while I can’t say I’ve had an easy time of it, it is a powerful book. In the first section… Continue reading

Finally breaking the ‘Deadlock’

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With the summer holidays over, and my daughter having survived her first week of senior school, I have spent this week catching up on my woefully neglected year long challenge of reading Dorothy… Continue reading

The Key to Freedom? No More Interest in Men. Dorothy Richardson’s ‘Interim’.

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When I embarked on Interim, the fifth novel from Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series, I knew to expect some confusion around the plot and sense of place in the novel from other reviews I’ve read. I seem… Continue reading

On your bike! the book that finally got me in the saddle.

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Book 4 in Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series looked a little daunting in length compared to the previous novels. I had also been warned that much of The Tunnel takes place in a dental surgery where… Continue reading