Viola Garvin
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Viola Garvin

Viola Garvin British writer

British writer
The basics
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Intro British writer
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Journalist Poet
Type Journalism Literature
Gender female
Father: James Louis Garvin
Education Somerville College
The details

Viola Gerard Garvin (1898–1969) was an English poet and editor at the The Observer. Some of her works include Dedication and The House of Cæsar.
Robert E. Howard paraphrased a part from Viola Garvin's The House of Cæsar for his suicide note.
Constance Savery, Garvin's classmate at Somerville College, Oxford, records that Garvin died on Jan. [blank] 1969. Savery remembered Garvin's "dark haunting eyes" and recalled that "she shone like a planet at Somerville. No glitter, just 'the soft journey that a planet goes'."

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