4 edition of Mrs. Meynell and her literary generation. found in the catalog.
Mrs. Meynell and her literary generation.
Anne Kimball Tuell
Bibliography: p. 259-271.
|Statement||New York, Dutton.|
|LC Classifications||PR5021.M3 T8 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 286 p.|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||75145331|
A second book of poems brought her more definitely before the public, and in she published The Flower of the Mind, an anthology of English verse, in which he showed herself a fine critic of poetry by her admirable selection. Mrs. Meynell’s prose essays are remarkable for their fineness of . Mrs. Meynell is a vessel of tradition, and she guards the sacred vine in two ways. She believes, and is one of a small band in believing, that English grammar is important. She defends its dying tenses in the concluding essay, which gives its title to her book. She is also a scholiast who often chooses for her subjects writers of a past.
British essayist and poet Alice Meynell was born to educated parents in She and her sister, a painter, spent their bohemian childhood partly in Italy. Meynell published Preludes (), her first book of poems, under her maiden name, Thompson. A convert to Roman Catholicism, Meynell and her husband, Wilfrid Meynell, edited the Weekly Register, a Catholic paper, and founded the magazine. Her father was a friend of Charles Dickens. Preludes () was her first poetry collection, illustrated by her elder sister Elizabeth (the artist Lady Elizabeth Southerden (née Thompson) Butler, , whose husband was Lieutenant General Sir William Francis Butler)/5.
-- A Point of Biography -- The Honours of Mortality -- Composure -- The Little Language -- A Counterchange -- Harlequin Mercutio -- COMMENTARIES: Laughter -- The Rhythm of Life -- Domus Angusta -- Innocence and Experience -- The Hours of Sleep -- Solitude -- Decivilized -- WAYFARING: The Spirit of Place -- Popular Burlesque -- Have Patience. The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphry Ward Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and click the bookmark icon that appears to the left of it.
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New York, E.P. Dutton & company [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Alice Meynell; Alice Meynell: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anne Kimball Tuell. Alice Christiana Gertrude Meynell (née Thompson; 11 October – 27 November ) was a British writer, editor, critic, and suffragist, now remembered mainly as a poet.
3 Death and legacy. 4 Selected works. 7 External links. Alice Christiana Gertrude Thompson was born in Barnes, London, to Thomas James and Christiana (née Weller. John Ruskin by Mrs. Meynell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Wilfrid Meynell reported in that ‘a long book review in a literary weekly, which required reading several volumes, would earn £2 at the very most’ (Journals and Journalism: With a Guide for Literary Beginners, quoted in Sally Mitchell, ‘Ephemeral Journalism and its Uses: Lucie Cobbe Heaton Armstrong –,’ Victorian Cited by: 1.
Mrs. A.K. Tuell has written Mrs. Meynell and her Literary Generation, a scholarly research on her life and writings.
Her daughter, Viola Meynell, has written her bio graphy: Alice Meynell: A Memoir. Many of the literary artists and critics of Mrs. Meynell's day and after, have written of her life and works. None has written solely from the view. Alice Meynell centenary tribute, a symposium opening an exhibition [at Boston College] of Alice Meynell manuscripts, letters, first and rare editions, here printed with a short-title list of her works / ed.
by Terence L. Connolly. Book Review: You were made for this by Michelle Sacks. Books by Pallavi Modi July 3, July 3, If I knew. Opinions by Pallavi Modi J J Opinions by Pallavi Modi Ap Novem I remember you. The Mrs. Literary Post to. home table of content united architects – essays table of content all sites Meynell, Alice British, – InTheodore Maynard wrote of Alice Meynell that “of all the prose writers of the Twentieth Century, she is the one most certain of immortality.” Though we might question Maynard’s prescience today, Meynell was widely regarded as.
Writing in the Catholic Citizen, 15 December96 – 97, Leonora de Alberti remarked that Mrs. Meynell's “work for Catholic feminism” was yet to be fully recorded. Alberti, Leonora de, “ A History of the Catholic Women's Suffrage Society,” Catholic Citizen, 15 1077 – 81 ; 15 November92–96; 15 December Cited by: 5.
Today Alice Meynell's poetry often sparks slightly hostile feelings. As recently asone critic associated Meynell with the most saccharine coyness, arguing that "the ladylike ideal which she formulates in 'The Shepherdess' seems almost a parody of everything we would disparagingly describe as 'Victorian.'" 1 On the other hand, Meynell is sometimes mentioned as a paradigmatic early.
Victorian literature study questions written by Professor Florence S. Boos, The University of Iowa. Alice Meynell, English poet and essayist.
Much of Meynell’s childhood was spent in Italy, and about she converted to Roman Catholicism, which was strongly reflected in her writing. Encouraged by Alfred Tennyson and Coventry Patmore, she published her first volume of poems, Preludes, in See Alice Meynell, The Colour of Life and Other Essays on Things Seen and Heard (London: John Lane, ) and The Children (London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, ).
In the first edition of The Children, facing the title page (which was designed by Charles Robinson), the Bodley Head advertised the fourth edition of her Poems (), The Rhythm of Life (), and The Colour of Life ().Cited by: 1.
Tuell, Mrs. Meynell and Her Literary Generation (New York: E. Dutton & Co., Inc., ), p. 2 These books include The PJiythm of Life and Other Essays (London: Mathews and Lane, ), The Colour of Life and Other Essays (London: John Lane, I), The Children (London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, ), and The Spirit ofAuthor: George G Hines.
But then I came across this review of Alice Meynell’s Hearts of Controversy by Apteryx, AKA T.S. Eliot, in the April issue of The Egoist, and we had a winner. In its peculiar anti-style, Mrs.
Meynell’s book, like all her books, is extremely well written, and she can incidentally pick out good bits from authors. The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphry Ward Part 3 out of 9. generation. And all that this handful of agitators may advertise themselves and their opinions!" He handed the book to Meynell, who read it in silence.
The few marked sentences concerned the Resurrection. Meynell and Dean Inge” (“To Iris Barry” ).2 A letter to John Quinn recommends a “graceful wreath” for “Mrs Meynell” and compares reading her poetry to a form of “Necrology” (“To John Quinn” ).
However sparse may be the evidence of Pound’s engagement withAuthor: Jared Hromadka. reserve gave added force to her utter-ances. Alice Meynell, regarded by some as the feminine counterpart of the great.
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