8 edition of Stephen Spender found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by John Goldsmith.|
|LC Classifications||PR6037.P47 Z474 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||510 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||510|
|LC Control Number||85002330|
Stephen Spender Trust. The Stephen Spender Trust is a registered charity that was founded to widen knowledge of 20th century literature, with particular focus on Stephen Spender’s circle of writers, and to promote literary translation. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
With "Stephen Spender: A Literary Life," Sutherland wholeheartedly gives Spender's life back to him. Sutherland is an academic who has written scholarly studies of the Victorian publishing. Empty House By Stephen Spender. In the poem "Seascape In Memoriam", M.A.S Stephen Spender uses a number of literary devices to convey the various characteristic aspects of the sea. The poet emphasises the power of the sea over humanity and the deceptive nature which it displays to humanity, hiding potential violence and brutality.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Poems, Poetry since , World within world, The destructive element, The burning cactus, The temple, Trial of a judge, The struggle of the modern Spender, Stephen - works (), Sandro Botticelli. W.H. Auden appears at regular intervals throughout, meeting Stephen Spender at Oxford in the s, where the two famous poets began their lifelong friendship. Auden would take Spender’s virginity, blithely reassuring his sexually inexperienced charge: “Now, dear, don’t make a fuss.”.
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Stephen Spender has 98 books on Goodreads with ratings. Stephen Spender’s most popular book is The Temple. I read Stephen Spender's The Temple many years ago, when it first came out.
It is an absolutely unique work, in that he wrote part of it back in the early 30s when the storm clouds were forming over Germany -- and then finished and polished it in the 80s, once one could look back on the whole of the 30s and 40s with a more objective eye/5(9). So begins Stephen Spender's autobiography, widely acclaimed as the twentieth century's greatest memoir.
Spender was one of his generation's most celebrated poets, a writer living at the intersection of literature and politics in Europe between the two world wars.
His portraits of his friends—Virginia Woolf, T. Eliot, W. Auden,Cited by: The 30's and After: Poetry, Politics, People, 's's. Stephen Spender $ - $ Sir Stephen Spender, –95, English poet and critic, b. London.
His early poetry—like that of W. Auden, C. Day Lewis, and Louis MacNeice, with whom he became associated at Oxford—was inspired by social autobiography, World within World (), is a re-creation of much of the political and social atmosphere of the s.
A member of the political left wing during this. Sir Stephen Harold Spender (), English poet, translator, literary critic and editor, was born in London and educated at the University of Oxford, where he first became associated with such other outspoken British literary figures as W.
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Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. The Struggle of the Modern Stephen Spender Snippet view - Stephen Spender is best known as a member of the generation of British poets who came to prominence in the s known as the Oxford Poets.
Like others in the group, Spender wrote with a social and political consciousness, reflecting such turbulent events as the Great Depression, the Spanish Civil War, the rise of fascism, and World War II. Includes manuscripts and correspondence of the British poet, critic, and essayist Stephen Spender.
In addition to his manuscripts for a variety of works, diaries, and notebooks of poetry and prose, there is correspondence with Roy Campbell, Cyril Connolly, Walter De La Mare, André Gide, Wyndham Lewis, George Orwell, H. Wells, Virginia Woolf, David Wright, and others. The week in books Stephen Spender prize for poetry in translation – submit your entry Robina Pelham Burn: Submit a previously unpublished translation of a poem from any language, ancient or.
The Stephen Spender Prize and Polish Spotlight The Prize was a great success, with over entries from 65 languages. We hope to break this record in. Read the winning and commended Stephen Spender Prize entries here. Read the winning and commended Polish Spotlight entries here. View pictures of the awards night here.
Poet and critic Stephen Spender was born in in London. He was a member of the generation of British poets who came to prominence in the s, a group—sometimes referred to as the Oxford Poets—that included W.H. Auden, Christopher Isherwood, C. Day Lewis, and Louis an essay on Spender’s work in Chicago Tribune Book World, Gerald Nicosia wrote, “While preserving a.
Read an Excerpt. Stephen Spender 1CHILDHOOD AND HERITAGEStephen Harold Spender was born on Februat 47 Campden House Court in Spenders were the epitome of the reasonably well-to-do, upper-middle-class late-Edwardian family with liberal-progressive views on politics and somewhat "low church" Victorian ones on morality and Edition: First Edition.
The Temple is a semi-autobiographical novel written by Stephen Spender, sometimes labelled a Bildungsroman because of its explorations of youth and first love. It was written after Spender spent his summer vacation in Germany in and recounts his experiences there.
It was not completed until the early s (after Spender had failed his finals at Oxford University in and moved to. Read this book on Questia. The Still Centre by Stephen Spender, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Still Centre ().
World Within World. The Autobiography of Stephen Spender. Harcourt, Brace. $ The operative word in Stephen Spender’s autobiography is “guilt.” It appears in various contexts in the book and, separately and collectively, the references make clear that his sense of guilt has powerfully conditioned his life and opinions.
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Hannah Ellis-Petersen talks to Matthew Spender about the sexual complexities of his family life. Stephen Spender () is most closely associated with the s: much of his best poetry was written during this decade and other important works such as his autobiography, World Within World (), his novel The Temple () and some volumes of criticism returned to the central questions it raised about the use of poetry in an age of propaganda and war.
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Read all poems of Stephen Spender and infos about Stephen Spender. Sir Stephen Harold Spender was an English poet, novelist and essayist who concentrated on themes of social injustice and the class struggle in .One of the leading poets and cultural icons of the 20th century, Stephen Spender was a prominent writer, literary critic, and social commentator--and close friend of some of the best-know creative talents of his day.
Now, in this penetrating biography, John Sutherland paints a vivid portrait of Spender and of the glittering literary world of which he was a part, drawing on exclusive access to.