Category P (Romance and love story)

P01 Oliver Sandys (i.e. Marguerite Florence Evans), The Golden
Flame. London: Ward Lock Ltd., 1961. Pp. 176-183
2-207
  Used by permission of John Farquharson Ltd.  
Corr 155 recidivist [recdivist]
191 unwieldy [unwieldly]
 
Sic 85 late-homers [lexis]  
Note

Quotations from Shakespeare (though inaccurate, 95-97)

 
  2,005 words  
     
P02 Rosemary Esson-Scott, Gay Grows Up.
London: Robert Hale and Company, 1961. Pp. 109-116
2-186
  Used by permission of Curtis Brown Ltd.  
Corr 170 that [that that]  
  2,000 words  
     
P03 Anne Vinton, Doctor Di at the Cross-Roads.
London: Mills and Boon Ltd., 1961. Pp. 5-12
2-213
  Used by permission of Mills and Boon Ltd.  
Sic

99 Parson's [spelling]
111 carrotty [spelling]

 
  2,006 words  
     
P04 Maysie Greig, Every Woman's Man: A Romance.
London: William Collins, Sons and Co. Ltd., 1961. Pp. 183-189
2-185
  Used by permission of William Collins, Sons and Co. Ltd.  
  2,010 words  
     
P05 Claire Ritchie, The Fair Adventure.
London: Robert Hale and Company, 1961. Pp. 52-57
2-190
  2,001 words  
     
P06 Sonia Deane, Harley Street Nurse.
London: Hurst and Blackett Ltd., 1961. Pp. 167-174
2-203
  Used by permission of Hutchinson Publishing Group Ltd.  
  2,016 words  
     

P07

Sonia Anderson, Scandal for Susie.
London: Wright and Brown Ltd., 1961. Pp. 32-39
2-194
  Used by permission of A. Brown  
  2,013 words  
     
P08 Hettie Grimstead, Sweet Prisoner.
London: Mills and Boon Ltd., 1961. Pp. 59-65
2-197
  Used by permission of Mills and Boon Ltd.  
Corr 165 seen [been]  
  2,006 words  
     
P09 Monica Black, Voice in the Dark.
Oracle Library 277 (1961). Pp. 35-38
2-203
  2,000 words  
     
P10 Jan Andersen, Haunted Melody.
London: Mills and Boon Ltd., 1961. Pp. 141-148
2-194
  Used by permission of Mills and Boon Ltd.  
  2,004 words  
     
P11 Jane Stanley, The Lively Flame.
London: Robert Hale and Company, 1961. Pp. 5-13
2-179
Sic 7 crpe-soled [spelling]  
Note Non-standard English in dialogue  
  2,001 words  
     
P12 Molly Waring, Elusive Lover.
London: Wright and Brown Ltd., 1961. Pp. 140-146
2-196
Corr 38 minutes [mintes]
117 her [here]
 
  2,006 words  
     
P13 Newlyn Nash, Beach of Dreams.
London: John Gresham and Co. Ltd., 1961. Pp. 23-29
2-210
Corr 27 slowly. [slowly]  
  2,003 words  
     
P14 Oliver Baxter (i.e. Helen Eastwood), Girl in Danger.
London: Wright and Brown Ltd., 1961. Pp. 23-29
2-193
  Used by permission of A. Brown  
  2,001 words  
     
P15 Margaret Lynn, To See a Stranger.
London: Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., 1961. Pp. 124-131
2-194
  Used by permission of Hodder and Stoughton Ltd.  
Corr 28 it [if]  
  2,009 words  
     
P16 Doris Rae, The Flowering Summer.
London: Robert Hale and Company Ltd., 1961. Pp. 108-113
2-186
  2,001 words  
     
P17 Hilda Hamblin, "Give Back My Dreams", Smart Novels
(February 6, 1961), 9-12
2-208
Corr 31 "And [And]
120 going [goin]
 
Sic 192 fiancee [spelling]  
  2,014 words  
     
P18 Barbara Comyns (i.e. Barbara I.V. Comyns Carr),
"The Birds", Family (Autumn, 1961), 24, 66, 68
2-175
  Used by permission of John Johnson, Authors' Agents  
Note Sub-standard features in dialogue  
  2,001 words  
     
P19 Alec Waugh, "A Pretty Case for Freud", Modern Woman
April, 1961), 48, 50, 52-53
2-212
  2,004 words  
     
P20 May Somerset, "So She Invented George", My Weekly
(April 29, 1961), 3-4, 21
2-221
  Used by permission of D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd.  
Note Lack of accents in French words  
  2,011 words  
     
P21 Catherine Marchant (i.e. Catherine Ann Cookson), "The
Heritage of Folly", Woman's Realm (May 20, 1961), 58,
60, 63, 65. (Also published in book form by Macdonald
and Jane's Ltd., London.)
2-202
  Used by permission of Anthony Sheil Associates Ltd.  
Corr 168 house? [house]  
Sic 175 fal-dals [spelling]  
Note Non-standard English in dialogue  
  2,004 words  
     
P22 Clo Feilding, "Echoes in the Street", in John
Pudney, editor, Pick of Today's Short Stories.
London: Putnam and Co. Ltd., 1961. Pp. 131-137
2-190
  Used by permission of The Bodley Head Ltd.  
Sic 17 each others arms [spelling]  
  2,005 words  
     
P23 Lois Newton, "Not Hers to Love", New Moon Series
927 (1961), 28-33
2-196
Corr 90 its [it's]  
Sic 94 it was strange a sad sensation [punctuation?]  
  2,006 words  
     
P24 Margaret Summerton, "The Sea House", Woman
(June 24, 1961), 45, 47-48, 50
2-215
  Used by permission of Margaret Summerton  
Corr 133 shoulder [shoulder,]  
  2,001 words  
     
P25 Rosemary Lawes, "The Laird and the Lady", Woman's World
Library 485 (1961), 32-35
2-213
  Used by permission of IPC Magazines Ltd.  
  2,003 words  
     
P26 Martin Maycock, "Waiting for Stephen", Today (The New John
Bull) (April 19, 1961), 7-9
2-217
Corr 110 then [them]  
  2,006 words  
     
P27 Anne Weale, "Doctor's Daughters", Woman's Weekly
December 2, 1961), 36-39
2-227
  Used by permission of Mills and Boon Ltd.  
Corr 97 aquamarine [aquaramine]  
  2,006 words  
     
P28 Hilton Friars, "Across the Square", Woman's Outlook
(August, 1961), 2-3, 15
2-205
Corr 134 going to [goint to]  
  2,017 words  
     
P29 Susan Douglas, "A Girl on Her Own", People's Friend
(June 3, 1961), 3-5
2-206
  Used by permission of D. C. Thomson Ltd.  
  2,001 words