5 edition of Catherine Carswell found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-217) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR6005.A749 P55 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
In , Glaswegian Catherine Carswell’s debut novel Open The Door! was published. The story of a young woman’s progress to maturity, independence and lasting love, the book sold all 9, Catherine Carswell () was born in Glasgow, one of the four children of George and Mary Anne Macfarlane. On leaving school she attended courses in English Literature at Glasgow University but could not, in those days, be admitted for a degree. In , after a brief engagement, she married Herbert ://
Catherine Carswell's () friendship with D.H. Lawrence was kindled by her favorable review of The White Peacock (). They met in and their relationship lasted until Lawrence's death in. In she and Lawrence exchanged manuscripts of Open the Door! and Women in Love. Her novel was completed in and won the Melrose Prize on publication in › Books › Literature & Fiction › Poetry. "Catherine Carswell's The Life of Robert Burns is still, apart from Burns' own account, the best."—Alasdair Gray, The Observer, UK "It is not only an outlandishly good book, but one which raises questions about the nature of Scottish culture and cultural change."—Sunday Times, UK "This is a book which makes you feel better for having read ://
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Lying Awake (Canongate Classics). Publisher:Canongate Books Ltd. Book Binding:Paperback / softback. Book Condition:VERYGOOD. World of Books USA was founded in All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated › eBay › Books › Nonfiction. Catherine Carswell lived from 27 March to 19 March She was a novelist, biographer and journalist and one of the few female writers of the Modern Scottish Renaissance movement.
The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical :// Catherine Carswell () was born in Glasgow, one of the four children of George and Mary Anne Macfarlane. On leaving school she attended courses in English Catherine Carswell book at Glasgow University but could not, in those days, be admitted for a :// Catherine Carswell The life and career of Catherine Carswell book gifted Glaswegian writer Catherine Carswell was marked by such alarming and recurrent notoriety that her present obscurity is baffling.
Instill in her twenties and working as a newspaper critic, Carswell made headlines when a judge ruled that her husband, who suffered from murderous paranoid Catherine Carswell (nee MacFarlane) was born in Glasgow in into a merchant family with a strong evangelical background.
Her two novels, set in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Catherine Carswell () was a now largely forgotten writer, who knew D H Lawrence very well, and spent much time with him.
This memoir, published inwas the first biography to be written about him and as it is based on her own first-hand knowledge, experience and insight, has a remarkable immediacy and authenticity to it that makes it a fascinating :// Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for D.h.
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Catherine Roxburgh Carswell, née Macfarlane, afterwards Jackson was a University alumnus who became famous as a novelist and biographer. She is the sister of fellow alumnus George :// Catherine Carswell (at typewriter) c.
All these books are clearly professional products of an experienced writer. But the book which gives the strongest and most moving impression of her personality is Lying Awake, edited by her son John Carswell after her death, and including autobiographical essays, notes, poems and letters.
Sadly it Book review: What We Did In The Dark, by Ajay Close InGlaswegian writer Catherine Carswell made a “rash and foolish” first marriage to Herbert Jackson, an artist she had known for less Open The Door by Catherine Carswell ( - ).
This award winning book tells the coming of age story of Joanna Bannerman. Considered largely autobiographical, it shows Joanna with all her complexities and contradictions, some of which are faced by women almost years ://?t= Catherine Carswell () was a Scottish novelist, biographer and critic, who was born in Glasgow but moved to London as a young woman and, apart from her travels abroad and visits back to Scotland, she remained based in London for the rest of her life.
She married her first husband, Herbert Jackson, in (despite being warned by him › Poetry, Drama & Criticism › History & Criticism › Literary Theory & Movements. This selection begins inas war looms, with the writer Catherine Carswell () penning letters to friends and family, filled with a mix of domestic, financial, literary and political news and concerns, and to the BBC about broadcasting projects and proposals.
The focus sharpens with the sudden death of her husband, Donald Carswell, on the first night of the London blackout in Catherine Carswell - 22 works Add another.
Most Editions | First Published | Most Recent. Showing all works by author. Biography, Accessible book, English Authors, Protected DAISY, Italian Authors, Authors, English, Authors, Italian, Catherine Carswell, the Scottish novelist, biographer, and critic is recognised as a substantial figure in the Scottish literary Renaissance.
Her Life of Robert Burns produced a furore in Scottish newspapers for its depiction of a man, rather than a legend, and her biography of D.
Lawrence, The Savage Pilgrimage, was withdrawn amid threats of legal › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Arts & Literature. The Camomile by Catherine Carswell ~ This edition: Virago, Introduction by Ianthe Carswell. Paperback. ISBN: pages. I had already told him about my being an orphan, about my music teaching, and about my writing and Mother’:// Buy Camomile (VMC) by Carswell, Catherine from Amazon's Fiction Books Store.
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Catherine Carswell: a biography. [Jan Pilditch] -- "Scottish novelist, biographer and critic Catherine Carswell was a major figure in the Scottish Renaissance. Her novels, set in the West End of Glasgow, were strikingly original.
Carswell's work was Catherine Roxburgh Carswell, née Macfarlane, afterwards Jackson () was a University alumnus who became famous as a novelist and biographer. She is the sister of fellow alumnus George Macfarlane. The daughter of a Glasgow merchant, Carswell was educated at the Park ://?id=WH&type=P.