- P(amela) L.,1899–1996, Australian writer, especially of children's stories, in England.
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Contemporary Examples of travers
Disney, furious, told Travers “that ship had sailed,” and the two never spoke again, according to The New York Times.From ‘American Hustle’ to ‘Saving Mr. Banks,’ Why Is Hollywood Hooked On Embellishing the Truth?
Marina Watts, Marlow Stern
January 8, 2014
When Travers barrels into that office, we should have gotten a glimpse of what Walt Disney was really like behind closed doors.
Travers did, in fact, cry throughout the premiere of Mary Poppins in 1964.
Unlike in Saving Mr. Banks, Travers was never won over by Disney, his minions, or the movie they made together.
For 20 years, Travers refused to grant the rights to Disney.‘Saving Mr. Banks’ Reveals the Battle Over Disney’s ‘Mary Poppins’
October 21, 2013
Historical Examples of travers
This doctor was Mr. Travers's own grandfather, and Mr. Travers knows the story is true.
And yet, was it possible for him ever himself to have challenged Travers?
"Let me be your convoy, then," said Travers, good-naturedly.
It would have been to plant the Travers here on the very spot I destine for myself.
It was more than doubtful that the Travers' would ever return to Ireland.
- Ben (jamin). 1886–1980, British dramatist, best known for such farces as Rookery Nook (1926), Thark (1927), and Plunder (1928)