They turned again at the end of the platform.
The tail of her long, averted stare was conscious
of him, of his big, tweed-suited body and its behaviour,
squaring and swelling and tightening in its d...
Mary Amelia St. Clair (May) Sinclair was born 24 August 1863, the child of William and Amelia Hind Sinclair. She was the youngest child and the only daughter among six children. Her father, the owner ...
In 1923 Lewis Mumford wrote in a review (Nation, 24 January) of May Sinclair's novel Anne Severn and the Fieldings (1922): "Saving perhaps Mr. D. H. Lawrence, who in England can keep [Sinclair] co...