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Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot.

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  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play [[Wit (play}|Wit]] was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary critcism includes writing about T. S. Elliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary criticism includes writing about T. S. Eliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. Gardner began her teaching career at the University of Birmingham, and from 1966 to 1975 was a Merton Professor of English Literature, the first woman to have that position. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot, but also published on John Milton and William Shakespeare. She published over a dozen books, and received multiple honours.
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  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play [[Wit (play}|Wit]] was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her for her literary criticism was based on the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, the relationshop of the text to the time period, and the logical meaning which can be deduced from parts of the work or the whole thing. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themeselves. She has written over a dozen books.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her methodology for her literary criticism was based on the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, the relationshop of the text to the time period, and the logical meaning which can be deduced from parts of the work or the whole thing. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themeselves. She has written over a dozen books.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary critcism includes writing about T. S. Elliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her methodology for her literary criticism was based on the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, the relationshop of the text to the time period, and the logical meaning which can be deduced from parts of the work or the whole thing. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themeselves. She has written over a dozen books.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary critcism includes writing about T. S. Elliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her methodology for her literary criticism was based on the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, the relationshop of the text to the time period, and the logical meaning which can be deduced from parts of the work or the whole thing. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themeselves. She has written over a dozen books. Her obituary was published in Annual Obituary, 1986 which "contains entries for the most prominent men and women who have died during the year indicated in the title".
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary criticism includes writing about T. S. Eliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her methodology for her literary criticism was based on the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, the relationship of the text to the time period, and the logical meaning which can be deduced from parts of the work or the whole thing. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themselves. She has written over a dozen books. Her obituary was published in Annual Obituary, 1986 which "contains entries for the most prominent men and women who have died during the year indicated in the title".
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot. She attended college at North London Collegiate School and St Hilda's College, Oxford. Gardner began teaching that the University of Birmingham and later became a well known literary critic. Her literary criticism includes writing about T. S. Eliot, John Milton, and William Shakespeare. She received multiple honours and a character in the play Wit was based on her. Her critical stance was traditional; it involved the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, and the relationship of the text to the time period. One of her beliefs is that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themselves. She wrote over a dozen books.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. Gardner began her teaching career at the University of Birmingham, and from 1966 to 1975 was a Merton Professor of English Literature, the first woman to have that position. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot, but also published on John Milton and William Shakespeare. She published over a dozen books, and received multiple honours. Her critical stance was traditional; it involved the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, and the relationship of the text to the time period. One of her beliefs was that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themselves.
  • Dame Helen Louise Gardner, (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. Gardner began her teaching career at the University of Birmingham, and from 1966 to 1975 was a Merton Professor of English Literature, the first woman to have that position. She was best known for her work on the poets John Donne and T. S. Eliot, but also published on John Milton and William Shakespeare. She published over a dozen books, and received multiple honours. Her critical stance was traditional and focused on history and biography; it involved the work's historical context, the personal habits of the author, and the relationship of the text to the time period. One of her beliefs was that a literary critic's job is to assist other people in reading for themselves.
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