Joyce Cary, a biography.


Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1968.

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Subjects Cary, Joyce, 1888-1957.
Nouvellistes irlandais -- Biographies -- 20e siècle.
Novelists, Irish -- 20th century -- Biography.
Novelists, Irish.
Description xviii, 555 pages illustrations, facsimile, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes "A Houghton Mifflin literary fellowship book."
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. [523]-540 Bibliography: pages [541]-542.
Also issued online.
Contents Part I: Childhood and a varied education -- Inishowen -- Cromwell House -- Clare Cottage and Ravenscliffe -- Hurstleigh and Clifton -- Paris and Edinburgh -- Oxford -- The Ogilvies -- Store Street and Antivari -- Montenegro -- A steady job -- Part II: The African years -- Cameroons campaign -- Leave, 1916 -- The Nafada polo club -- Writing, 1916 -- The Hausa farewell -- "Oh to be in Borgu, now that April's here!" -- "Another tornado last night" -- "A famous accordion soloist" -- Leave, 1918 -- Mapping Borgu -- "This is a lonely spot" -- "My children need not be ashamed of me" -- Novels and potboilers -- The Grand Trunk Road -- "I shall write an enormous book" -- Part III: A rising reputation -- 12 Parks Road -- Hungary -- Cock Jarvis -- A metaphysical construction -- Mr Ogilvie's trust fund -- Liberty versus freedom -- "Let's ask for it in all the libraries" -- Castledowson -- A P Herbert's political campaign -- African novels -- A second fling at the theater -- ARP Post B27, Rhodes House -- Charley is my darling -- Irish novels -- Kilimanjaro and Edinburgh -- "A damn queer book" -- First trilogy -- "I have been watching a little revolution" -- Part IV: Triumphs and tragedies -- "How she loved life" -- Honor and fortune -- Two novels of women -- Carfax and New York -- "The comedy of freedom" -- "Ant mytyping good" -- New friends and old -- Second trilogy -- A narrowing world -- Plans and projects -- The captive and the free -- Death.
Genre Biography.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)371525
(OCoLC)ocm00371525
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Foster, Malcolm.
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