1 edition of Coming to London, by William Plomer [and others. Edited by John Lehmann] found in the catalog.
Coming to London, by William Plomer [and others. Edited by John Lehmann]
|Contributions||Plomer, William, 1903-1973., Lehmann, John, 1907-,|
|LC Classifications||DA688 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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About this Item: Phoenix House, London, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Very good condition hardcover Dust jacket with illustration very good condition 1st edition published by Phoenix House Edited by John Lehmann Collection of essays by famous writers of golden age of London.
Get this from a library. Coming to London. [William Plomer; John Lehmann;] -- A collection of essays about each author's experiences in London. Lehmann, John, Coming to London.
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In Capetanakis, Plomer found his antithetical Greek self. Like the air of Attica for Plomer, the Dickensian London fog, acting as "a kind of drug," excited Capetanakis. 13 "We of the north and the west turn [End Page 56] towards the sun; we look to the south and the east and the past for beauty and strangeness," Plomer wrote, but "in the lucid aridity of Greece he [Capetanakis] had dreamt of.
This new volume ‘by several hands’ contained poems by Julian Bell, W. Auden, William Empson, William Plomer, and Stephen Spender, among others. John Lehmann's poetry also appeared in the volume, and, according to Whitehead, the idea for such an anthology was conceived in a conversation between Roberts and Lehmann about the importance of Author: Claire Battershill.
WILLIAM PLOMER BIOGRAPHY AND APPRECIATION. William (Charles Franklyn) Plomer (whose surname rhymes with “rumour”), a respected poet and novelist, was born December 10th, in Pietersberg, South Africa, to English parents. Spending most of his life in England, he didn`t consider himself South African.
A Book of the Winter (London: Macmillan & Co., ) (ed.) The American Genius (London: John Lehmann, ) Gardeners and Astronomers (London: Macmillan, ) ‘Coming to London’, in William Plomer and Leonard Woolf (eds) Coming to London (London: Phoenix House, ), pp.
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The Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature, The New York Public Library. William Plomer's work is little read today.
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