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Farrell, J. T.

Farrell, J. T. (1904–1979)   Quick reference

A Dictionary of Writers and their Works (3 ed.)

...American Dream Girl ( 1950 ) Fiction Short Stories This Man and This Woman ( 1951 ) Fiction Yet Other Waters ( 1952 ) Fiction The Face of Time ( 1953 ) Fiction Reflections at Fifty ( 1954 ) Non-Fiction French Girls Are Vicious ( 1956 ) Fiction Short Stories A Dangerous Woman ( 1957 ) Fiction Short Stories Boarding House Blues ( 1961 ) Fiction Side Street ( 1961 ) Fiction Short Stories The Silence of History ( 1963 ) Fiction What Time Collects ( 1964 ) Fiction Lonely for the Future ( 1966 ) Fiction New Year's Eve, 1929 ( 1967 ) ...

Farrell, James T[homas]

Farrell, James T[homas] (1904–79)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to American Literature (6 ed.)

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Current Version:
2004
Subject:
Literature
Length:
529 words

...Party ( 1935 ), Can All This Grandeur Perish? ( 1937 ), $1,000 a Week ( 1942 ), To Whom It May Concern ( 1944 ), When Boyhood Dreams Come True ( 1946 ), The Life Adventurous ( 1947 ), An American Dream Girl ( 1950 ), French Girls Are Vicious ( 1956 ), A Dangerous Woman ( 1957 ), Side Street ( 1961 ), Sound of the City ( 1962 ), and Judith ( 1974 ), portraits of aging people, presumably based on actual friends. Farrell's literary credo is set forth in A Note on Literary Criticism ( 1936 ), describing his views as Marxist but not of...

Farrell, James T[homas]

Farrell, James T[homas] (1904–79)   Quick reference

The Concise Oxford Companion to American Literature

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Current Version:
2002
Subject:
Literature
Length:
528 words

...Party ( 1935 ), Can All This Grandeur Perish? ( 1937 ), $1,000 a Week ( 1942 ), To Whom It May Concern ( 1944 ), When Boyhood Dreams Come True ( 1946 ), The Life Adventurous ( 1947 ), An American Dream Girl ( 1950 ), French Girls Are Vicious ( 1956 ), A Dangerous Woman ( 1957 ), Side Street ( 1961 ), Sound of the City ( 1962 ), and Judith ( 1974 ), portraits of aging people, presumably based on actual friends. Farrell’s literary credo is set forth in A Note on Literary Criticism ( 1936 ), describing his views as Marxist but not of...

Wolff, Christian George

Wolff, Christian George (8 March 1934)   Reference library

William Bland, David Patterson, and Sabine Feisst

The Grove Dictionary of American Music (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2013
Subject:
Music, Social sciences, Regional and Area Studies
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2,435 words

...a Time, sax, 1981 ; Exercise 22 (Bread and Roses for John, 1982 ), pf 4 hands, 1982 , orchd as Exercise 24, 1983 For Cornelius, sax qt, 1983 ; Eisler Ensemble Pieces 1 and 2, cl + b cl, vn, vc, pf, 1983 ; Exercise 23 (Bread and Roses), chbr orch, 1983 ; Pf Song (I am a Dangerous Woman), 1983 ; Peace March 1 (Stop Using Uranium), fl, 1983–4 ; I Like to Think of Harriet Tubman, female v, any tr inst, any a inst, any b inst, 1985 ; Peace March 2, fl, cl, vc, perc, pf, 1984 ; Peace March 3 (The Sun is Burning), fl, vc, perc, 1984 ; Pf Trio, 1985 ; Inst...

Mansfield, Katherine

Mansfield, Katherine (1) (1888–1923)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature

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Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Literature
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2,819 words

...Morrell and, more cautiously, to Virginia Woolf. For a time Maynard Keynes was her landlord, Lytton Strachey was attracted to her because she was like a Japanese doll, Bertrand Russell admired her mind and attempted an affair, while T.S. Eliot warned Ezra Pound she was ‘a dangerous woman’. But Mansfield's wary colonial elusiveness allowed more relaxed friendships with artists and the mildly eccentric—for a time, with the East End painter Mark Gertler , and the androgynous Carrington; more enduringly, from 1912 onwards with the Scottish painter J. D....

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