Full name: Dorothy Margaret Stuart Browne
Born: 1889 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Great Britain
Died: September 14, 1963 in Putney, Greater London, Great Britain
Country: Great Britain
Sport: Art Competitions
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Dorothy Stuart joined The English Association in 1930 and was a member of the Executive Committee from 1937-61, Honorary Secretary of the Association from 1949-51, and edited the News-Letter from its inception in 1946 to 1961. She was known for her literary criticism and for several historical biographies.
Early in her career Stuart made studies of Horace Walpole and Christina Rossetti in The English Men of Letters Series. In 1959 she edited Essays and Studies and contributed to that work and to The Yearâs Work in English Studies. For her Sword Songs she earned the silver medal at the 1924 Art Competitions in Paris in the category Literature. The book was published in 1925 with illustrations by [Gerald Spencer Pryse]. Stuart was taught fencing by Alfred Hutton (1839-1910), founder of the British Amateur Fencing Association.
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