Hope-in-the-Mist: The Extraordinary Career and Mysterious Life of Hope Mirrlees
Temporary Culture, 2009/07/01 - 100 ページ
Hope-in-the-Mist is the first book-length study of British author Hope Mirrlees (1887-1978), whom Virginia Woolf described as "her own heroine -- capricious, exacting, exquisite, very learned, and beautifully dressed." Raised in Scotland and Zululand, Mirrlees studied with the great classical scholar Jane Harrison and later lived with her in Paris and London. Mirrlees wrote one major poem, Paris (1920), the missing link between French avant-garde poetry and her friend T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land (1922); her novel Lud-in-the-Mist is an acknowledged classic of fantastical literature.
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Review: Hope-in-the-Mist: The Extraordinary Career & Mysterious Life of Hope Mirrleesユーザー レビュー - Norman Cook - Goodreads
A well researched, scholarly dissertation about author Hope Mirrlees, most noted for her 1926 fantasy novel Lud-in-the-Mist. Mirrlees traveled in the same literary circles as Virginia Woolf and TS Eliot. A book of interest to literary scholars, but probably few else. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Hope-in-the-Mist: The Extraordinary Career & Mysterious Life of Hope Mirrleesユーザー レビュー - Nicholas Whyte - Goodreads
This short book (100 pages, 113 including front matter) is one of those made available to Hugo voters electronically because of its presence on the shortlist for Best Related Work. This prompted me ... レビュー全文を読む