John Cowper Powys

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British writer of novels about nature


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And he does not seem to have read--or read deeply--most of the founding members of the Society, with the exception of Dreiser and John Cowper Powys.
John Cowper Powys probably aroused more enthusiasm last Saturday in his lecture on [Sir Walter] Scott than any other lecturer who has come to Detroit for a long time.
35) John Cowper Powys, The Menace of German Culture: A Reply to Professor Munsterberg (London: Rider, 1915).
An epigraph from John Cowper Powys, along with the fact that Henning Ahrens wrote his doctoral dissertation on that Anglo-Welsh author, takes us some way toward understanding Ahrens's poetry.
A correspondence began between the earnest teenager and the author, which introduced the young Bissell to the other famous Powys brothers, John Cowper Powys, the author and poet and TF Powys the novelist.
and John Cowper Powys, Llewelyn tended to pursue nonfiction and wrote only one novel, Apples Be Ripe (1930), which was a failure.
Proteus and the Magician: The Letters of Henry Miller and John Cowper Powys.
Edited by Tony Woolway DESCRIBED last year as a "patriarch of the literature of this country", John Cowper Powys, the author and poet, has died at his cottage home at Blaenau Ffestiniog, aged 90.
Many authors whom John Cowper Powys particularly admired, such as James Joyce and Henry James, wrote novels that invite and reward careful hermeneutic explication.
Frank Warren -editor of The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Glyn Hughes -has kindly donated a copy of the book to the Liverpool Central Library.
This is not to say that John Cowper Powys has written an inferior work; far from it.
AS ECCENTRICS go, John Cowper Powys could match the wackiest of them.
His other writing includes books on David Jones, Vernon Watkins and John Cowper Powys, and Anglo-Welsh Poetry 1480-1980 with Raymond Garlick.
In the 1920s and 1930s extravagant claims were made for her work, most notably by her friend John Cowper Powys, who wrote an enthusiastic preface to her novels, comparing her to Shakespeare, Goethe, and Proust.