Pamela Hansford Johnson
English writer and critic
Pamela Hansford Johnson
Pamela Hansford Johnson, Baroness Snow was an English novelist, playwright, poet, literary and social critic.
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Police Report: Aug. 31, 2011 - St. Augustine Record
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(SJCSO) * Who: Fulcher, Pamela Johnson, 36, St. Johns. Charge: Out-of-county warrant. (SJCSO) * Who: Husey, Richard Martin, 18, St. Augustine Beach. Charge: probation violation -- two counts. (SJCSO) * Who: Johnson, Johnny Ray, 26, Jacksonville
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Jason C. Dahms - phillyBurbs.com
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Born in Doylestown, he was a son of Leo Dahms Jr. of Trachsville and Pamela (Johnson) Dahms of Arizona. Jason worked in sales for Boston Scientific Corp., for the past three years. Previously, he worked in a lab quality control for Penn Color Co.,
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Belpre studio teaches basics of belly dancing - Marietta Times
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Johnson and her mother, Parkersburg resident Pamela Johnson, 52, just recently started belly dancing lessons. "I got the belly dancing CDs but I've never been motivated on my own to do it," said Pamela Johnson. "I like the music and the movements
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USD 501 officials get input on strategic plan - Topeka Capital Journal
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"There's got to be a place where parents can be heard and not patronized," said Pamela Johnson-Betts, director of the Topeka Public Schools Foundation. "We're not very good at that, but we're getting better." Barbara Coultis, a parent of two USD 501
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Practice runs prepare bus drivers for new school year - Orlando Sentinel
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Pamela Johnson pulled her school bus up to a house in Orlando's Malibu Groves neighborhood about 10 am Wednesday. A barefoot teenager, looking confused, came out of the house and walked up to the bus doors, which opened
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Gallup Poll: Washington DC Is Only Place In America Where Majority Of People ... - Weasel Zippers
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“The economy is improving,” On H Street, Pamela Johnson, an African-American who owns a small storefront building, said her property tax bill had more than tripled in the three and a half years since the city began building a streetcar system that she
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Interim Goochland Treasurer tightens controls after embezzlement - WTVR
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GOOCHLAND, VA (WTVR) - "There is a great deal of lack of trust where there may have not been before," said interim Goochland Treasurer Pamela Johnson. Goochland leaders are learning that perhaps the county put too much trust in the treasurer
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Babysitter Takes Plea Deal In Abuse Case - WOWT
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Pamela Johnson was originally charged with first degree assault and intentional child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury. Those charges were dropped in exchange for Johnson's no contest plea to intentional child abuse not resulting in serious
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Cast announced for TAP's 'Stepping Out' - Green Bay Press Gazette
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The cast is Jessica Adams as Lynne, Joanna Becker as Victoria, Alix Boettcher as Sylvia, Marcel Bruyere as Geoffrey, Carrie Counihan as Vera, Pamela Johnson as Maxine, Molly Kunst as Dorothy, Abigail Lee as Andy, Margaret Magle as Mrs. Fraser,
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Morris Plains Summer Theater to Present Godspell - Patch.com
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"Joe does the plays at the high school," Slawinski said, adding that Pamela Johnson is assistant director and Skip Yingling, musical director. The program is co-sponsored by the Morris Plains Recreation Commission and the Morris Plains Municipal
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People in business - The Tennessean
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Pamela Johnson, of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, has been elected president of The Exchange Club of Nashville. Also elected to serve as officers of the 2011-2012 Board of Directors are: President-Elect Clay Bright, of Brasfield & Gorrie;
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Our Technocratic Overlords - The Atlantic
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This section caught Matt's eye: On H Street, Pamela Johnson, an African-American who owns a small storefront building, said her property tax bill had more than tripled in the three and a half years since the city began building a streetcar system that
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A Population Changes, Uneasily - New York Times
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On H Street, Pamela Johnson, an African-American who owns a small storefront building, said her property tax bill had more than tripled in the three and a half years since the city began building a streetcar system that she said she never wanted
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The growing entrepreneur - Chiropractic Economics
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“When done right you can have a very successful practice,” says Pamela Johnson. “Being a chiropractor is a privilege and one of the best professions out there. The rewards are endless.” In other words, starting a new practice is well worth the hard
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WCAX.COM Local Vermont News, Weather and Sports-Convicted arsonist fights for ... - WCAX
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"More than once Mr. Williams admitted that he set the fire," Deputy Chittenden County State's Attorney Pamela Johnson said. During this post-conviction relief hearing, William's new lawyer will try to discredit that confession
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Nashville People in Business - The Tennessean
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Pamela Johnson, vice president of development at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, will lead Tennessee Repertory Theatre's board for 2011-2012. Other officers include vice presidents: David M. Powell, AIA, associate, Hastings Architecture
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Pamela Hansford Johnson
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1981
    Age 68
    Her last novel, A Bonfire, was published in the year of her death, 1981.
    More Details Hide Details Her themes centred on the moral responsibility of the individual in their personal and social relations. The fictional genres she used ranged from romantic comedy (Night and Silence Who is Here?) and high comedy (The Unspeakable Skipton) to tragedy (The Holiday Friend) and the psychological study of cruelty (An Error of Judgement). She also wrote two detective novels, jointly with her first husband Neil Stewart, under the joint pseudonym, Nap Lombard. She wrote seven short plays, six of them in collaboration with C. P. Snow. She had published a number of critical works, short stories, verse, sociological studies, and a collection of autobiographical essays. She reviewed extensively for magazines and newspapers and broadcast on the BBC radio programme 'The Critics'.
  • 1975
    Age 62
    She was a FRSL and received a CBE in 1975.
    More Details Hide Details She was awarded the honorary degrees of Hon. DLitt (Temple University, Philadelphia 1963; York University, Toronto; Widener university, Chester, Pennsylvania) and Hon. DHL (Louisville, Kentucky). She was a Fellow of the Center for Advanced Studies at Wesleyan University, of Timothy Dwight College, Yale University and of Founders College, York University, Toronto and held visiting academic positions at other North American universities including Harvard, Berkeley, Haverford and Cornell. C. P. Snow died in July 1980. Less than a year later, Pamela Hansford Johnson died in London. Her ashes were scattered on the river Avon, at Stratford upon Avon.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1950
    Age 37
    In 1950, Pamela married her second husband, the novelist C. P. Snow (later Baron Snow).
    More Details Hide Details Their son Philip was born in 1952. She wrote 27 novels. Her first novel, This Bed Thy Centre, was published in 1935.
  • 1949
    Age 36
    Pamela and her first husband Neil were divorced in 1949.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1936
    Age 23
    In 1936 she married an Australian journalist, Gordon Neil Stewart.
    More Details Hide Details Their son Andrew was born in 1941, and a daughter Lindsay, Baroness Avebury (born 1944).
  • 1933
    Age 20
    In 1933, Pamela wrote to Dylan Thomas, who had also been published in the same paper, and a friendship developed.
    More Details Hide Details Marriage was considered, but the idea was ultimately abandoned.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1912
    Born
    Born on May 29, 1912.
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