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Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Blavatsky wrote a whole lot during her life in the late 19th century. And even if one doesn't think Blavatsky wrote them, they are still a part of Theosophical History as it unfolded - controversies included. For over 20 years, Mitford and Waugh kept in close contact, and these letters tell the story of a wonderful literary friendship. Letters of Note, both the site and this new collection, is a throwback of sorts, but the letters it publishes also help us understand famous people we are interested in, and give us a different way of looking into their thoughts.
The shock of Joy's death, he said, was, 'like the first moments of being hit by a shell'. For over 20 years, Mitford and Waugh kept in close contact, and these letters tell the story of a wonderful literary friendship. So did his illiberal but compassionate views on morality. Addressed to his parents and friends, as well as to notable scholars and spiritual leaders such as Reinhold Niebuhr and Joseph Campbell, the letters are by turns chatty, personal, and intellectual.
This meticulous edition of his letters, many previously unpublished, profoundly complicates our understanding of Jeffers the person, offers powerful insights into his poetry, provides an important context for understanding the literary culture of California in the s and s, and reminds us that Modernism was an aspect of modern poetry and not the whole of it. With the arrival of the final volume, we can circumnavigate the entire Lewis: critic, creative writer, controversialist, atheist and, fromChristian. Lugging around this rusty anchor of a book — it runs to more than 1, pages — what I felt mostly was exasperation. It is also a major resource for those studying the literary culture of the American West in the first half of the twentieth century. Perhaps most interesting in the series is the collection of fictionalized stories of Blavatsky's travels in India. Boris de Zirkoff started collecting his aunt's articles and letters he was related to Blavatsky quite early in life and started out making a series of Collected Works, but that material was lost.
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Stanford's commitment to [Jeffers] is fully deserved, and this handsome volume of letters will be essential to any further study of his work and career. Not included in the official series is a copy of The Key to Theosophy.
These pieces include first-hand journalism e. In addition, Orwell produced several pieces while working at the BBC as a correspondent. Puttemans said. Orwell kept a diary which has been published by his widow—Sonia Brownell—and academic Peter Davison, in addition to his private correspondence.
Her sons, both under 10, delighted and exhausted him.
A few years after the passing of Boris de Zirkoff John Algeo and Adele Algeo - helped by a team of theosophists of all theosophical organisations - brought out the first volume of the Collected Letters of Blavatsky. Since his life had been dominated by Janie Moore, the mother of a comrade killed in the trenches.
There have been the posthumously published poems, journals and juvenilia. He gives sympathy and money until, terminally ill, he signs off implausibly: 'It will be fun when we at last meet.
So did his illiberal but compassionate views on morality. West's collection of BBC transcripts. The letters from writers are especially interesting, as they give us a glimpse into their innermost thoughts and feelings in a way their professional work might not.
Joy, described by Lewis as 'our queer, Jewish, ex-Communist, American convert', arrived in as a fan; leant on him through her divorce and then accepted his offer of a register office marriage in so she could stay in Britain.
And for those seeking more instant gratification, on Oct. Every one is a performance, of sorts. Karman's transcription of these documents, as presented in this volume, provides remarkable clarity in content and style.
Lewis listens and adapts when corrected. Her intention was to humanize Plath, to reveal her as a healthy all-American girl. These letters are crucial to anyone working seriously on Jeffers and his poetry and will deeply reward any reader interested in his work and life.
The journals, published unabridged inwere, of course, a darker place. Further proof that Woolf pretty much never stopped writing. Pondering and transforming your life Issue five has not been recovered and was consequently excluded from W.Feb 01, · Where the letters of "bluestocking" writers such as Elizabeth Carter and Catherine Talbot have a public quality, Wollstonecraft's letters—whether written in haste or carefully composed, opinionated, or vulnerable—stand out among those of other contemporary writers for their candor and lack of sentimentality.
Dec 02, · CS Lewis: Collected Letters Vol III: Narnia, Cambridge and Joy edited by Walter Hooper HarperCollins, £35, pp1, It was once Author: John Garth.
THE COLLECTED ESSAYS, JOURNALISM AND LETTERS OF GEORGE ORWELL Volume IV In Front of Your Nose A synopsis of the long short story, called "A Smoking Room Story", in the note-book Orwell kept in Photo: Vernon Richards George Orwell with his adopted son Richard, November THE COLLECTED ESSAYS, JOURNALISM AND LETTERS OF.
Jun 05, · Modern Scholarly Editions: The most comprehensive printed collection of letters written by Poe is the 2-volume set of The Collected Letters of Edgar Allan Poe (third edition) originally edited by John Ward Ostrom, and revised, expanded and corrected by Burton R.
Pollin and Jeffrey A. Savoye, published by Gordian Press in October The Collected Letters of Alan Watts reveals the remarkable arc of Watts's colorful and controversial life, from his school days in England to his priesthood in the Anglican Church as chaplain of Northwestern University to his alternative lifestyle and experimentation with LSD in the heyday of the late sixties.
His engaging letters cover a vast Brand: Alan Watts; Joan Watts; Anne Watts. The life of William Morris () is revealed in significant new detail by his complete surviving correspondence, brought together here for the first time and .