John Wain

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English writer (1925-1994)

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John Wain was ordered to do 60 hours' unpaid work and pay costs of pounds 500.
Satheesh Nair, John Wain, and Keith Turner are funded by The Wellcome Trust of Great Britain.
John Wain closed the Riverbank subpost office, in Bagillt, near Flint, in protest at the company's attitude.
Businesses moving away from primarily employer-funded insurance programs wisely offer more than one plan to employees, says John Wain, CPA, principal of Independence-based Alpha Group Agency.
But there are also lectures by Alan Sillitoe, John Brain and John Wain.
It has been, and still is, a matter of grave doubt, not least among the artists themselves--Kingsley Amis, John Osborne, John Wain, John Braine and Colin Wilson--to name some of the more obvious figures.
The season also features Linda Marlowe in Diatribe of Love, Permanent Revolution V2R by Union Dance Company, Johnson Is Leaving by John Wain, Bill Bryson's Notes From a Small Island with Comedy Store player Steve Steen,
This isn't quite what John Wain had in mind with his "habit and tradition," though, in fact, it is all about habit and tradition, transmitted through academies and ateliers, and through the European apprenticeship system that produced master craftsmen and that immigrant artisans transplanted to America.
Some names from those far-off days are Kenny Anderson, Brian Pitt, Tony Taylor, John Wain, Arthur Thorpe, Wendy Guy, Valerie Birch and Judith Brittain.
In London, Sayre observed (and was influenced by) the first currents of what became a thoroughgoing break with the staid, hypocritical institutions of English capitalist society--the original use of the term "Establishment"--in the work of the "angry" playwrights: John Osborne and Arnold Wesker, and the novelists Kingsley Amis, John Braine, John Wain, and Alan Sillitoe.
Monteiro concludes his ground-breaking survey with a chapter on four English writers, Michael Hamburger, John Wain, Andrew Harvey, and Dennis Silk, who have all found a source of creativity in Pessoa's heteronymic guises.
Recording an open verdict, coroner John Wain said: "Jonathan Macari was a naive and immature boy and after leaving Notts Forest he had a huge sum of money in his pocket.
Although his poetic output was small, his work had a great effect on young English poets of the 1950s, such as Kingsley Amis, Donald Davie, Thom Gunn, and John Wain.
I've known John Christensen for about 15 years and have great respect for him as a senior real estate banker," said John Wain, head of Calyon Americas' Real Estate Group.
John Wain is mentioned in several letters after the period of the Inklings--he interviewed her for the BBC, and he praised her poetry.