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Bennett, Edward, James Degan and Joseph Spiegel (editors)

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Condition: Fair. Acceptable condition. Book Good. No dust jacket. Writing inside. Slightly dampstained. Seller Inventory # P07G-00214

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Cerf, Bennett, Editor.

Published by Random House, New York, New York, U.S.A. (1942)

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About this Item: Random House, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1942. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Printing. Good 1st Printing Assumed, no printing history stated Small Trade Paperback, 980 pages, biographical notes Binding is solid, slight spine creasesslight crease along spine edge of front cover; slight edge wear; small rub to corner tips and spine ends and corners; slight surface wear; slight age tanning to covers and page margins, pages are not brittle; pages are clean, no marks to text, no owner information, gift messages, store stamps, remaimder marks, stains, or moisture damage. CONTENTS: Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad; Apple Tree, John Galsworthy; Prussian Officer, D. H. Lawrence; Miss Brill, Katherine Mansfield; Letter, W. Somerset Maugham; Snows of Kilimanjaro, Ernest Hemingway; Paul's Cafe, Willa Cather; I'm A Fool, Sherwood Anderson; Haircut, Ring Lardner; Turnabout, William Faulkner; Old Demon, Pearl S.Buck; Red Pony, John Steinbeck. Will gift wrap, no charge, just state the occasion Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 007538

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Trans-Action December 1967: Horowitz, Irving and

Horowitz, Irving and Rainwater Lee, Senior Editors

Published by Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri (1967)

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About this Item: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1967. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Illustrated (illustrator). Volume 5, Number 2, December 1967 , Social Science and Modern Society, to further the understanding and use of the social sciences. Very nice condition, tiny corner and spine end bumps then clean and tight inside and out, pictures on request and with our pleasure. Articles include: Focus on the Flower Children: Why All of Us May be Hippies Someday by Fred Davis . Hippie Morality - More Old Than New by Bennett M. Berger . Hippies in College - from Teeny - boppers to Drug Freaks by Geoffrey Simon & Grafton Trout . Testing Masculinity in Boys without Fathers by Allan G. Barclay & D. R. Cusumano . How a Plowing Contest May Ease World Tensions by Louis Kriesberg . Sleeping and Dreaming - A New, 'Functional' Theory by Christopher Evans . How New Guinea Natives Reacted to a Total Eclipse by Robert M. Glasse & Shirley Lindenbaum . Russia's Bureaucrats - Why They're Reactionary by Joseph S. Berliner. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 004655

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Bennett, Helen B. & Haniphy, Joseph A. (editors)

Published by Rand McNally (1920)

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About this Item: Rand McNally, 1920. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Hardback Good complete solid reading copy., No DJ. Illustrated. Seller Inventory # 020531

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781539556503

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781541178236

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories.Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder.In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing.In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times , a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781539531777

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And Our Defense Is Sure: Sermons And: Editors-Harmon D. Moore,

Editors-Harmon D. Moore, Ernest A. Ham, Clarence E. Hobgood

Published by Abingdon Press (1964)

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About this Item: Abingdon Press, 1964. Hardcover. Condition: Collectible; Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Inscribed By Editor (Moore) Clean In Text. No Marks. Light Wear And Foxing On Dj. Includes Sermons From Following Chaplains: Inscribed By Editor (Moore) Clean In Text. No Marks. Light Wear And Foxing On DJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'The Pentagon Protestant pulpit is the outgrowth of occasional weekday noon-hour services conducted by chaplins in the concourse of the Pentagon . The Pulpit now operates under a committee of chaplins of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.' . . . . . . . . . . SERMONS: 1.) 'Youth Wants a Cause' (National Youth Week) E. Stanley Jones -- 2.) 'The Nature of our Warfare' (International Christian Leadership Week) Cyril Black -- 3.) 'Brotherhood' (Brotherhood Week) George E.C. Hayes -- 4.) 'Why Faith?' (Ash Wednesday) Samuel M. Shoemaker -- 5.) 'How to Handle Guilt' (Lent) James A. Pike -- 6.) 'The Peace of God' (Lent) James I. McCord -- 7.) 'Stand Fast in Liberty' (Lent) Henry I. Louttit -- 8.) 'New Wineskins' (Lent) Elton Trueblood -- 9.) 'The Cross and the Way Life Is' (Lent) Robert B. McNeill -- 10.) 'The Lamb of God' (Lent) Robert P. Taylor -- 11.) 'The Relevance of Calvary' (Good Friday) Joseph R. Sizoo -- 12.) 'The Way of the Cross' (Good Friday) J. Floyd Dreith -- 13.) 'Faith and Force' (Armed Forces Day) Oswald C.J. Hoffmann -- 14.) 'Begin Where You Are' (Pentecost) Paul S. Rees -- 15.) 'Freedom's Underwriters' (Independence Day) Walter H. Judd -- 16.) In Such An Age (Independence Day) Frederick Brown Harris -- 17.) A Nation Whose God is the Lord (Military Chaplains' Anniversary) Ivan L. Bennett -- 18.) 'The Spiritual Basis for Peace' (Day of Prayer) Edward H. Pruden -- 19.) 'Facing New Frontiers' (Day of Prayer) Laton E. Holmgren -- 20.) 'The Prospects for the United Nations' (United Nations' Day) Norman Cousins -- 21.) 'We Fulfill the World's Hope' (Veterans' Day) Brooks Hays -- 22.) 'Thanksgiving in the American Way' (Thanksgiving) Edward L.R. Elson -- 23.) 'The Year Time Ran Out' (Thanksgiving) George R. Davis -- 24.) 'The Logistics of God' (Christmas) Richard C. Halverson -- 25.) 'In God Let Us Trust' (Christmas) Billy Graham -- 26.) 'The Challenge of Freedom' John C. Broger -- 27.) 'The Doom and Renewal of Civilizaion' Charles Malik -- 28.) 'Our Mission Today' John Wesley Lord -- 29.) 'The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse' Frank A. Tobey -- 30.) 'This Business of Churchgoing' James T. Cleland. Seller Inventory # 5205

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781539556503

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781541178236

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories.Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder.In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing.In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times , a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781539531777

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Bennett, Joseph; Elliot, Mary Emma (editors)

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About this Item: New York, 1960. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. Contains work by W.D. Snodgrass, John Wain and others, light tanning to spine, some rubbing to front panel, the number 50 written is in blue ink on front, interior clean, binding good. Periodical. Seller Inventory # 009197

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Ira E. Bennett ; associate editors: John Hays Hammond, Patrick J. Lennox . William Joseph Showalter, Capt. Philip Andrews . Rupert Blue . J. Hampton Moore.

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About this Item: 2017. Ebook. Condition: New. eng Lang:- eng, It is an Ebook edition of the original edition published long back [1915]. We found this book important for the readers who want to know about our old treasure so we brought it back in ebook (pdf) format. These are scanned images of the original book in pdf format. We provide you the best available ebook for your ebook shelf. Once you place the order, you will receive a link to download the pdf file. An email will be sent shortly to your email address containing the download instructions. This is an Ebook. All sales final unless there is illegibility to text. Seller Inventory # HT00004080405

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Joseph Sheridanle Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781544119700

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Joseph Bennett

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is a long lost biography of the composer Franz Peter Schubert. It dates from 1886, and has been updated and enhanced by over 400 scholarly notes. It was written by Joseph Bennett an English music critic and librettist. Despite being one of the earliest Schubert biographies in English, it is not well known, presumably because it was not published as a book, but as a series of 9 articles in the magazine The Musical Times, between January and September 1886. It is sufficiently unknown that it does not appear in the big Schubert bibliography from Willi Kahl in 1938. Richard Morris of The Schubert Institute (UK) has edited the biography and added over 400 notes to update, correct and clarify Bennett s work, including citing sources and providing Deutsch catalogue numbers. The notes often inform the reader about things that Bennett simply could not have known at the time. The style and content of the biography reflects the time when it was written, and it is of interest for the light that it shines on Schubert s reception history, at a time when the prevailing views of Schubert, especially with respect to his heavenly lengths , lack of proper training and clairvoyance were quite different to today. However, by modern standards, this is not a *good* biography, and it is full of errors, although the editorial notes do help to correct those. A bonus appendix provides the quite extraordinary article about Schubert that Bennett wrote for the birth centenary year of 1897. This is very much of its age and it is unlikely that anyone would approach such a task in this manner today - and if they did it would almost certainly not get printed. Bennett wrote biographies of many composers in the The Musical Times between September 1877 (the start of Haydn) and December 1891 (the end of Wagner), five of which (Berlioz, Chopin, Rossini, Cherubini and Meyerbeer) were published as stand-alone books. At the time, Bennett was chief music critic for The Daily Telegraph, but was allowed to contribute to music magazines. As well as The Musical Times and Musical World, these included journals like Concordia and Lute, which he edited. Most Print on Demand publishers of old out-of-copyright books print what are essentially just scans of all the pages, with no added value. The text of this book has been prepared by using OCR on the originals and then carefully proof reading, editing and formatting. This takes much longer, but the end product is much cleaner than that which results from essentially just scanning and printing. It also allows an editor to reformat for readability and add content, adding value to the resultant book. Seller Inventory # APC9781540377784

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About this Item: Audible Studios on Brilliance, 2016. CD-Audio. Condition: New. Unabridged. Language: English . Brand New. It s dangerous to go alone! Take this. You are standing in a room filled with books, faced with a difficult decision. Suddenly, one with a distinctive cover catches your eye. It is a groundbreaking anthology of short stories from award-winning writers and game-industry titans who have embarked on a quest to explore what happens when video games and science fiction collide. From text-based adventures to first-person shooters, dungeon crawlers to horror games, these 26 stories play with our notion of what video games can be - and what they can become - in smart and singular ways. With a foreword from Ernest Cline, best-selling author of Ready Player One, Press Start to Play includes work from: Daniel H. Wilson, Charles Yu, Hiroshi Sakurazaka, S. R. Mastrantone, Charlie Jane Anders, Holly Black, Seanan McGuire, Django Wexler, Nicole Feldringer, Chris Avellone, David Barr Kirtley, T. C. Boyle, Marc Laidlaw, Robin Wasserman, Micky Neilson, Cory Doctorow, Jessica Barber, Chris Kluwe, Marguerite K. Bennett, Rhianna Pratchett, Austin Grossman, Yoon Ha Lee, Ken Liu, Catherynne M. Valente, Andy Weir, and Hugh Howey. Your inventory includes keys, a cell phone, and a wallet. What would you like to do?. Seller Inventory # BRI9781531816599

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Joseph Sheridanle Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781544119700

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Joseph Bennett

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is a long lost biography of the composer Franz Peter Schubert. It dates from 1886, and has been updated and enhanced by over 400 scholarly notes. It was written by Joseph Bennett an English music critic and librettist. Despite being one of the earliest Schubert biographies in English, it is not well known, presumably because it was not published as a book, but as a series of 9 articles in the magazine The Musical Times, between January and September 1886. It is sufficiently unknown that it does not appear in the big Schubert bibliography from Willi Kahl in 1938. Richard Morris of The Schubert Institute (UK) has edited the biography and added over 400 notes to update, correct and clarify Bennett s work, including citing sources and providing Deutsch catalogue numbers. The notes often inform the reader about things that Bennett simply could not have known at the time. The style and content of the biography reflects the time when it was written, and it is of interest for the light that it shines on Schubert s reception history, at a time when the prevailing views of Schubert, especially with respect to his heavenly lengths , lack of proper training and clairvoyance were quite different to today. However, by modern standards, this is not a *good* biography, and it is full of errors, although the editorial notes do help to correct those. A bonus appendix provides the quite extraordinary article about Schubert that Bennett wrote for the birth centenary year of 1897. This is very much of its age and it is unlikely that anyone would approach such a task in this manner today - and if they did it would almost certainly not get printed. Bennett wrote biographies of many composers in the The Musical Times between September 1877 (the start of Haydn) and December 1891 (the end of Wagner), five of which (Berlioz, Chopin, Rossini, Cherubini and Meyerbeer) were published as stand-alone books. At the time, Bennett was chief music critic for The Daily Telegraph, but was allowed to contribute to music magazines. As well as The Musical Times and Musical World, these included journals like Concordia and Lute, which he edited. Most Print on Demand publishers of old out-of-copyright books print what are essentially just scans of all the pages, with no added value. The text of this book has been prepared by using OCR on the originals and then carefully proof reading, editing and formatting. This takes much longer, but the end product is much cleaner than that which results from essentially just scanning and printing. It also allows an editor to reformat for readability and add content, adding value to the resultant book. Seller Inventory # APC9781540377784

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William Wilson

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About this Item: Utah State Special Collection, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. 2, 2008. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The first ten lectures in Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series are here collected in one volume. The series, established by one of the twentieth-century West s most distinguished historians, Leonard Arrington, has become a leading forum for prominent historians to address topics related to Mormon history. The first lecturer was Arrington himself. He was followed by Richard Lyman Bushman, Richard E. Bennett, Howard R. Lamar, Claudia L. Bushman, Kenneth W. Godfrey, Jan Shipps, Donald Worster, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and F. Ross Peterson. Utah State University hosts the Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series. The University Libraries Special Collections and Archives houses the Arrington collection. The state s land grant university began collecting records very early, and in the 1960s became a major depository for Utah and Mormon records. Leonard and his wife Grace joined the USU faculty and family in 1946, and the Arringtons and their colleagues worked to collect original diaries, journals, letters, and photographs.Although trained as an economist at the University of North Carolina, Arrington became a Mormon historian of international repute. Working with numerous colleagues, the Twin Falls, Idaho, native produced the classic Great Basin Kingdom: An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints in 1958. Utilizing available collections at USU, Arrington embarked on a prolific publishing and editing career. He and his close ally, Dr. S. George Ellsworth helped organize the Western History Association, and they created the Western Historical Quarterly as the scholarly voice of the WHA. While serving with Ellsworth as editor of the new journal, Arr ington also helped both the Mormon History Association and the independent journal Dialogue get established.One of Arrington s great talents was to encourage and inspire other scholars or writers. While he worked on biographies or institutional histories, he employed many young scholars as researchers. He fostered many careers as well as arranged for the publication of numerous books and articles.In 1973, Arrington accepted the appointment as the official historian of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as the Lemuel Redd Chair of Western History at Brigham Young University. More and more Arrington focused on Mormon, rather than economic, historical topics. His own career flourished by the publication of The Mormon Experience, co-authored with Davis Bitton, and American Moses: A Biography of Brigham Young. He and his staff produced many research papers and position papers for the LDS Church as well. Nevertheless, tension developed over the historical process, and Arrington chose to move full time to BYU with his entire staff. The Joseph Fielding Smith Institute of History was established, and Leonard continued to mentor new scholars as well as publish biographies. He also produced a very significant two-volume study, The History of Idaho.After Grace Arrington passed away, Leonard married Harriet Horne of Salt Lake City. They made the decision to deposit the vast Arrington collection of research documents, letters, files, books, and journals at Utah State University. The Leonard J. Arrington Historical Archives is part of the university s Special Collections. The Arrington Lecture Committee works with Special Collections to sponsor the annual lecture. Seller Inventory # BTE9780874217179

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Bennett, Edward; Degan, James; Spiegel, Joseph; Editors

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About this Item: Frederick A. Praeger, New York, 1964. Hardbound. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. FE not stated. ex library with markings; 180 pages. Seller Inventory # 39614

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Heavenly Flower Publishing - Authors

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About this Item: Lulu.com, United Kingdom, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Bindweed Magazine Issue 3 - Creeping Jenny Poetry by: Bobby Bolt, Charles Rammelkamp, Cordelia Hanemann, Glen Sorestad, James Babbs, Jeanne Julian, Joan McNerney, K.B.Ballentine, Ken Allan Dronsfield, L.B. Sedlacek, Myra L. Weiner, Olivier Cousin, Robert Ford, Sarah Sisson, Simon Robson, Stefanie Bennett and Tobi Alfier. Fiction by: Carol Roan, Glen Donaldson, Iris N. Schwartz, Joe LaFata, Paul Beckman. Fiction promotional spotlight: Ursa Rising Sheila Englehart. Cover photography by: Richard Havenga Internal cover photography: Driss Tamdi and Leilanie Stewart. Editor in Chief: Leilanie Stewart Editor s Sahayak: Joseph Robert. Seller Inventory # AAV9781326897321

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Bennett, Edward; Degan, James; Spiegel, Joseph (editors)

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About this Item: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Dust Cover Missing. Book shows a small amount of wear to cover and binding. Some pages show signs of use. Seller Inventory # GB000LBZZ12I3N11

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Arrowsmith, William ; Bennett, Joseph ; Morgan, Frederick (editors)

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About this Item: The Hudson Review Inc, New York, 1954. paperback. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Ezra Pound: Women orf Trachis; Joseph Kerman: Opera a la Mode; Charles S. Singleton: End of a Poem; William Becker: The New American Play; Howard Nemerov: Yore-a Story. General shelf wear to cover, which is stained and creased. Rubbing of cover, especially on rear. Spine is creased, shows heavy sunning, and is worn at top. Text is clean, bright and tight throughout. Seller Inventory # 110917

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Arrowsmith, William ; Bennett, Joseph ; Morgan, Frederick (editors)

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About this Item: The Hudson Review Inc, New York, 1955. paperback. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Ezra Pound: Canto 85; Wyndham Lewis: Monstre Gai; T.S. Eliot: A Note on Monstre Gai; Patrick Cruttwell: The Last Augustan; Evelyn Shefner: Monday Morning-a Story General shelf wear to cover, which is stained and creased. Rubbing of cover, especially on rear. Spine is creased, shows heavy sunning, and is worn at top. Text is clean, bright and tight throughout. Seller Inventory # 110919

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Heavenly Flower Publishing - Authors

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About this Item: Lulu.com, United Kingdom, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Bindweed Magazine Issue 3 - Creeping Jenny Poetry by: Bobby Bolt, Charles Rammelkamp, Cordelia Hanemann, Glen Sorestad, James Babbs, Jeanne Julian, Joan McNerney, K.B.Ballentine, Ken Allan Dronsfield, L.B. Sedlacek, Myra L. Weiner, Olivier Cousin, Robert Ford, Sarah Sisson, Simon Robson, Stefanie Bennett and Tobi Alfier. Fiction by: Carol Roan, Glen Donaldson, Iris N. Schwartz, Joe LaFata, Paul Beckman. Fiction promotional spotlight: Ursa Rising Sheila Englehart. Cover photography by: Richard Havenga Internal cover photography: Driss Tamdi and Leilanie Stewart. Editor in Chief: Leilanie Stewart Editor s Sahayak: Joseph Robert. Seller Inventory # AAV9781326897321

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chaffee, Joseph bennett]; McGowan, Joseph A. (editor)

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About this Item: Sacramento County Historical Society, Sacramento, 1956. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. B/w Heading Illustration (illustrator). First Edition. In stapled wraps, 8vo, 8pp. Scarce Sacramento County Historical Society publication featuring The Letters of Joseph Bennett Chaffee, Salmon Falls, 1850-1851. Used. Seller Inventory # 0772724

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Bennett, Edward; Degan, James; Spiegel, Joseph (editors)

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About this Item: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers, NY, 1964. Cloth. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+ (in mylar). B&W Drawings (illustrator). Bookplate inside front cover. Library-type pocket tipped in at back cover. Text block clean and tight with minimal wear to binding. Jacket lightly to moderately edge-worn. 180 pp. Hard Cover. Seller Inventory # 17374

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781544131108

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sheridan Le Fanu was born at No. 45 Lower Dominick Steet, Dublin, into a literary family of Huguenot origins. Both his grandmother Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and his great-uncle Richard Brinsley Sheridan were playwrights. His niece Rhoda Broughton would become a very successful novelist. Within a year of his birth his family moved to the Royal Hibernian Military School in Phoenix Park, where his father, an Anglican clergyman, was the chaplain of the establishment. Phoenix Park and the adjacent village and parish church of Chapelizod were to feature in Le Fanu s later stories. Le Fanu studied law at Trinity College in Dublin, where he was elected Auditor of the College Historical Society. He was called to the bar in 1839, but he never practised and soon abandoned law for journalism. In 1838 he began contributing stories to the Dublin University Magazine, including his first ghost story, entitled A Strange Event in the Life of Schalken the Painter (1839). He became owner of several newspapers from 1840, including the Dublin Evening Mail and the Warder. In 1844 Le Fanu married Susanna Bennett, the daughter of a leading Dublin barrister. In 1847 he supported John Mitchell and Thomas Meagher in their campaign against the indifference of the Government to the Irish Famine. His support cost him the nomination as Tory MP for County Carlow in 1852. His personal life also became difficult at this time, as his wife Susanna suffered from increasing neurotic symptoms. She died in 1858 in unclear circumstances, and anguished excerpts from Le Fanu s diaries suggest that he felt guilt as well as loss. However, it was only after her death that, becoming something of a recluse, he devoted himself full time to writing. In 1861 he became the editor and proprietor of the Dublin University Magazine and he began exploiting double exposure: serializing in the Dublin University Magazine and then revising for the English market. The House by the Churchyard and Wylder s Hand were both published in this way. After the lukewarm reviews of the former novel, set in the Phoenix Park area of Dublin, Le Fanu signed a contract with Richard Bentley, his London publisher, which specified that future novels be stories of an English subject and of modern times, a step Bentley thought necessary in order for Le Fanu to satisfy the English audience. Le Fanu succeeded in this aim in 1864, with the publication of Uncle Silas, which he set in Derbyshire. In his very last short stories, however, Le Fanu returned to Irish folklore as an inspiration and encouraged his friend Patrick Kennedy to contribute folklore to the D.U.M. Le Fanu died in his native Dublin on February 7, 1873. Today there is a road in Ballyfermot, near his childhood home in south-west Dublin, named after him. Seller Inventory # APC9781544131108

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William P. MacKinnon

Published by Utah State University Press, United States (2009)

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About this Item: Utah State University Press, United States, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The first ten lectures in Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series are here collected in one volume. The series, established by one of the twentieth-century West s most distinguished historians, Leonard Arrington, has become a leading forum for prominent historians to address topics related to Mormon history. The first lecturer was Arrington himself. He was followed by Richard Lyman Bushman, Richard E. Bennett, Howard R. Lamar, Claudia L. Bushman, Kenneth W. Godfrey, Jan Shipps, Donald Worster, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and F. Ross Peterson. Utah State University hosts the Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series. The University Libraries Special Collections and Archives houses the Arrington collection. The state s land grant university began collecting records very early, and in the 1960s became a major depository for Utah and Mormon records. Leonard and his wife Grace joined the USU faculty and family in 1946, and the Arringtons and their colleagues worked to collect original diaries, journals, letters, and photographs.Although trained as an economist at the University of North Carolina, Arrington became a Mormon historian of international repute. Working with numerous colleagues, the Twin Falls, Idaho, native produced the classic Great Basin Kingdom: An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints in 1958. Utilizing available collections at USU, Arrington embarked on a prolific publishing and editing career. He and his close ally, Dr. S. George Ellsworth helped organize the Western History Association, and they created the Western Historical Quarterly as the scholarly voice of the WHA. While serving with Ellsworth as editor of the new journal, Arr ington also helped both the Mormon History Association and the independent journal Dialogue get established.One of Arrington s great talents was to encourage and inspire other scholars or writers. While he worked on biographies or institutional histories, he employed many young scholars as researchers. He fostered many careers as well as arranged for the publication of numerous books and articles.In 1973, Arrington accepted the appointment as the official historian of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as the Lemuel Redd Chair of Western History at Brigham Young University. More and more Arrington focused on Mormon, rather than economic, historical topics. His own career flourished by the publication of The Mormon Experience, co-authored with Davis Bitton, and American Moses: A Biography of Brigham Young. He and his staff produced many research papers and position papers for the LDS Church as well. Nevertheless, tension developed over the historical process, and Arrington chose to move full time to BYU with his entire staff. The Joseph Fielding Smith Institute of History was established, and Leonard continued to mentor new scholars as well as publish biographies. He also produced a very significant two-volume study, The History of Idaho.After Grace Arrington passed away, Leonard married Harriet Horne of Salt Lake City. They made the decision to deposit the vast Arrington collection of research documents, letters, files, books, and journals at Utah State University. The Leonard J. Arrington Historical Archives is part of the university s Special Collections. The Arrington Lecture Committee works with Special Collections to sponsor the annual lecture. Seller Inventory # BTE9780874217520

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