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New York. 1969. Hill & Wang. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 173 pages. hardcover. Robert Nye (born 1939) is an English poet who has also written novels and plays as well as stories for children. His bestselling novel FALSTAFF published in 1976 was described by Michael Ratcliffe (writing in the Times) as 'one of the most ambitious and seductive novels of the decade,' and went on to win both The Hawthornden Prize and Guardian Prize for fiction. The novel was also included in Anthony Burgess's 99 NOVELS: THE BEST IN ENGLISH SINCE 1939 (1984). Robert Nye was born in London in 1939. His father was a civil servant, his mother a farmer's daughter. He attended Southend High School for Boys and had published his first poem 'Kingfisher' in the London Magazine (September 1955; Volume 2, Number 9) by the age of sixteen. He left school in 1955 and did not pursue additional formal study. Nye's poetry has appeared in a number of important literary magazines including The Atlantic Monthly, Encounter and The Listener. The 1964 Fall and Winter issues of the Canadian publication The Fiddlehead contained respectively fifteen and eighteen of his poems. He was a conscientious objector during National Service in the late 1950s, and was given exemption from military service conditional upon joining the Friends' Ambulance Unit and serving as a medical orderly at St Wulstan's Sanitorium, near Malvern, and then at Rochford General Hospital in Essex. Between 1955 and 1961, he worked at a variety of jobs: newspaper reporter, milkman, postman, labourer in a market garden, and orderly in a sanitorium. Nye married his first wife, Judith Preyed, in 1959. In 1961, they moved to a remote cottage in North Wales where Nye devoted himself full-time to writing. There he developed an interest in Welsh and Celtic legends reflected later in his fiction for both adults and children. His first book, JUVENILIA 1 (1961), was a collection of poems. A second volume, JUVENILIA 2 (1963), won the Eric Gregory Award. Both volumes were enthusiastically received and Martin Seymour-Smith described Nye as showing a 'precocity unique in this century.' This view was supported by G.S Fraser who in an article in The Times Literary Supplement convincingly established an affinity between Nye's early poetry and that of Robert Graves To support his continuance as a poet, Nye began to contribute reviews to British literary journals and newspapers. He became the poetry editor for The Scotsman in 1967, and served as poetry critic of The Times from 1971 to 1996, while also contributing regular reviews of new fiction to The Guardian. Nye started writing stories for children to entertain his three young sons. His children's novel TALIESIN and a collection of stories called MARCH HAS HORSE'S EARS were published by Faber and Faber in 1966. When Nye published his first adult novel, DOUBTFIRE (1967), it was described by P.J. Kavanagh as 'breathless' and 'brilliant', Kavanagh also referred to the author's ‘love affair with rhythms and language’. That same year Nye divorced his first wife. A year later he married Aileen Campbell, an artist and analytical psychologist, who provided the illustrations for BEE HUNTER: ADVENTURES OF BEOWULF and was an inspiration for some of Nye's most personal poetry of the time (notably 'In More's Hotel'). Campbell also designed the masks used in the 1973 performance of one of the author's more unusual projects, THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS (1974). The two moved to Edinburgh where they lived until 1977. Nye's next publication after DOUBTFIRE was a return to children's literature, a freewheeling version of Beowulf which has remained in print in many editions since 1968. In 1970, he published another children's book, WISHING GOLD, and received the James Kennaway Memorial Award for his collection of short stories, TALES I TOLD MY MOTHER (1969). During the early 1970s Nye wrote several plays for BBC radio including A BLOODY STUPID HOLE (1970), REYNOLDS, REYNOLDS (1971), and a version of PENTHESILEA by Heinrich von Kleist (1971). He was also commissioned by Covent Garden Opera House to write an unpublished libretto for Harrison Birtwistle's opera, KRONIA (1970). Nye held the position of writer in residence at the University of Edinburgh, 1976–1977, during which time he received the Guardian fiction prize, followed by the 1976 Hawthornden Prize for his novel FALSTAFF. 1978 saw the publication of his MERLIN excursion into the Matter of Britain, equally convincing as romance or poetry or drug-induced hallucination. In 1990 Nye's novel THE LIFE AND DEATH OF MY LORD GILLES DE RAIS was published by Hamish Hamilton which many consider to be the author's masterpiece. The novel reportedly took only sixty days to write but represented the author's final release from a 35 year obsession with the story of Joan of Arc and her first Marshall of France. The seeds of the book can be found in the poem THE MYSTERY OF THE SIEGE OF ORLEANS first published in 1961 and in Nye's first novel DOUBTFIRE. Allan Massie reviewing the novel for 'The Scotsman' concluded that 'THE LIFE AND DEATH OF MY LORD GILLES DE RAIS is a work of learning, wit and humanity. its understanding of depravity is extraordinary, the judgment impeccable. .It is I think, the book he has worked all his life to write, and it is perfectly done; yes indeed a masterpiece.' Robert Nye has continued to write poetry, publishing DARKER ENDS (1969) which launched Calder and Boyars' 'Signature Series' later to include such authors as Samuel Beckett and Edward Dahlberg, and Divisions on a Ground (1976), and to prepare editions of other poets with whose work he feels an affinity: Sir Walter Ralegh, William Barnes, and Laura Riding. His own Collected Poems appeared in 1995, and remains in print. His selected poems, entitled THE RAIN AND THE GLASS, published in 2005, won the Cholmondeley Award. He has lived since 1977 in County Cork. Although his novels have won prizes and been translated into many languages, it is as a poet that he would probably prefer to be remembered. The critic Gabriel Josipovici has described him as ‘one of the most interesting poets writing today, with a voice unlike that of any of his contemporaries.’. Jacket drawing - ‘How They Met Themselves’ by D. G. Rosetti. 0809091062. keywords: 42094. inventory # 5888. FROM THE PUBLISHER - The author says that some of these stories began as dreams. Like dreams they are both subtle and crude; they take us along irresistibly and seem - however fantastic - incontrovertible. (And the fantastic in these stories, as in dreams, is not an occasional peak but the ground underfoot). A pleasure of these tales (and of dreaming) is delight in spontaneous ‘storying,’ in an invention so free and fertile, a humor so boisterous, that there is never pause for thought. Some of the characters appear in only one story, others come and go. Among them are Currer, who can kill by pointing his finger; Captain Rufus Coate, who keeps his books on the shelves with their titles to the wall; Mr. Midshipman Simple, whose mission to convert the heathen Fuegians employs two ships (the Is and the Was) powered by ‘windword machines’ (which turn words into wind) and ends with the extinction of the whole Christian company; and Gerard Benjamin, upon whose buttocks, underneath his cyclist’s leathers, is tattooed a letter from the boy-poet Thomas Chatterton, with clues to his death at the eighteen. Robert Nye’s style more than meets the demands of his imaginative gifts. His writing is the work of a devoted natural: resourceful, precise as poetry, without a slack place in it. And for all its finish, there is the feeling of extemporaneity. Robert Nye is a young, important, and original writer, already well known in his native Britain. TALES I TOLD MY MOTHER should earn him the admiration of American readers as well. Robert Nye received the James Kennaway Memorial Award for his collection of short stories, TALES I TOLD MY MOTHER. ISBN: 0809091062., New York. 1991. Norton. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 310 pages. January 1991. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 0393028917. keywords: 40293. inventory # 25178. FROM THE PUBLISHER - What happens when two bored, wealthy nine-year-olds take up spying and steal the town hooker’s life savings? This darkly written novel, with the feel of a Mexican TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, is set in 1947 in a small town south of the Texas border. There, two young cousins tear away the shoddy veneer of their town’s respectable surface and are almost dragged under by the passions and desperation of its inhabitants. Andrea is the overly curious narrator, a rebellious child of an artistic American mother and an adoring, volatile, Mexican father. She and her cousin Victor, a devout, nervous child, act out their children’s drama without realizing the repercussions it will have, not only on them but on the whole town. They begin to learn fear after taking a forbidden trip to the other side of the river a site of makeshift camps, utmost poverty, and brewing anger But their disobedience and thieving is the least of their sins, for in the wake of their actions follows violence, murder, public humiliation, and suicide. In this fast-paced, elegantly written first novel, Fontes has melded the traditions of the finest Latin writers with the unnerving style of the American southern writers. MONTSERRAT FONTES has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities for study on Faulkner, O’Connor, and McCullers. Her roots in Mexican culture are deep. Her maternal grandfather, a presidential candidate there, was executed in 1927, while her paternal grandfather was with President Venustiano Carranza when Carranza was murdered. Her grandmother’s ranch in Sonora was burned by Pancho Villa no less than three times. Fontes grew up in a border town in Texas and now lives near Los Angeles where she teaches high school. . ISBN: 0393028917., New York. 1986. Library Of America. 1st Printing. Very Good In Dustjacket. 1308 pages. hardcover. Henry Brooks Adams (February 16, 1838 – March 27, 1918; normally called Henry Adams) was an American journalist, historian, academic and novelist. He was the grandson and great-grandson of John Quincy Adams and John Adams, respectively. He is best known for his autobiography, The Education of Henry Adams, and his History of the United States During the Administration of Thomas Jefferson. He was a member of the Adams political family. 0940450348. keywords: 41854. inventory # 2873. FROM THE PUBLISHER - This monumental work, complete in two volumes, culminated Henry Adams' lifelong fascination with the American past. First published in nine volumes from 1889-91, it has been judged one of the greatest historical works in English - and yet has been out of print for several decades. Adams' History traces the formative period of American nationality from the rise of Thomas Jefferson's Republican party through the War of 1812. Hoping to keep the United States out of Europe's Napoleonic wars, Jefferson's pacificism instead antagonizes both France and England, the two greatest military powers in the world. While the states threaten to duplicate the map of Europe by dissolving into separate, squabbling sections, Madison leads the country into a war with British regulars and Indian tribes that he is illequipped to fight. Yet time is on the side of the American people - who, despite statesmen and generals, emerge from the conflict a single nation ready to flex its burgeoning muscles. In Adams' ironic narrative, personalities like Bonaparte and Aaron Burr, William 'Tippecanoe' Harrison and Andrew Jackson, Shawnee leader Tecumseh and Haitian revolutionary Toussaint Louverture act their glittering parts against a background of inexorable historical forces that transform the United States from a pre-industrial backwater into an emergent world power. In this first volume, Jefferson's optimistic laissez-faire principles - designed to prevent American government from becoming a militaristic European 'tyranny' - clash with the realities of European war and American security. The party of small government presides over the Louisiana Purchase, the most extensive use of executive power the country had yet seen. Jefferson's embargo - a high-minded effort at peaceable coercion - breeds corruption and smuggling, and the former defender of states' rights is forced to use federal power to suppress them. The passion for peace and liberty pushes the country toward war. In the center of these ironic reversals, played out in a Washington full of diplomatic intrigue, is the complex figure of Jefferson himself, part tragic visionary, part comic mock-hero. Like his contemporary Napoleon Bonaparte, he is swept into power by the rising tide of democratic nationalism; unlike Bonaparte, he tries to avert the consequences of the wolfish struggle for power among nation-states. The grandson of one president and great-grandson of another, Adams gained access to hitherto secret archives in Europe. The diplomatic documents that lace the history lend a novelistic intimacy to scenes such as Jefferson's conscientious introduction of democratic table manners into stuffily aristocratic state dinner parties. Written in a strong, lively style pointed with Adams' wit, the History chronicles the consolidation of American character, and poses questions about the future course of democracy. ISBN: 0940450348., Connecticut: Tide Mark Press, 2006. This survey of the work of Viktor Schreckengost - an artistic inventor, an American DaVinci - marks the centenary of his birth. A key figure in the first era of modern design and one of its last living leaders, Schreckengost's paintings, sculpture, pottery, and industrial designs, are now being exhibited at more than 100 museums around the United States. Throughout his long working career, Schreckengost strove to apply a creative philosophy that linked artistically dramatic form with an object's function. The result was design that was nearly always remarkable and very often revolutionary. He created the first cab-over-engine truck, the first modern mass-produced dinnerware, and the first economical pedal-cars for children.He designed stage sets and costumers, flashlights, printing presses, riding lawn mowers, electric fans, and bicycles. At the same time, his work in the fine arts flourished. He won awards for paintings and ceramic sculpture, placed pieces in museums, and won commissions for new sculptures. Somehow he also found time to establish the Industrial Design Department at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the first program of its kind in the U.S., where he helped teach a new generation of designers. This study of the life and work of Viktor Schreckengost includes more than 250 images of his art and design with an extensive text by historian Henry Adams. From the ceramic Jazz Bowl to the high speed, sixteen colour printing press designed for R.R. Donnelly, Schreckengost demonstrated style and innovation that have influenced the shapes of things Americans have used for more than two generations. 213pp.. First Edition. Paperback. Like New/No d/j as Published. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Tide Mark Press, 2006, Taschen, May 2013. Hardcover. New. Design trends and styles of the 1950s Published annually from 1906 until 1980, 'Decorative Art, The Studio Yearbook' was dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. Since the publications went out of print, the now hard-to-find yearbooks have become highly prized by collectors and dealers. <BR> TASCHEN's 'Decorative Art 50s' explores the spirit of optimism and the fervent consumerism of the decade. Technology and construction had been enervated by research during the war and these discoveries could now be applied in peacetime. The popularization of plastics, fiberglass, and latex literally shaped the decade. Rising incomes and postwar rebuilding on bother sides of the Atlantic led to a massive housing boom in both the suburbs and inner cities, and these new homes reflected the new style. While European design was extraordinarily inventive, American design was looking to an idealized vision of the future--between them a modern idiom was developed that can be seen vividly on these pages. This overview of the decade includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti. Published annually from 1906 until 1980, 'Decorative Art, The Studio Yearbook' was dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. Since the publications went out of print, the now hard-to-find yearbooks have become highly prized by collectors and dealers. <BR> TASCHEN's 'Decorative Art 50s' explores the spirit of optimism and the fervent consumerism of the decade. Technology and construction had been enervated by research during the war and these discoveries could now be applied in peacetime. The popularization of plastics, fiberglass, and latex literally shaped the decade. Rising incomes and postwar rebuilding on bother sides of the Atlantic led to a massive housing boom in both the suburbs and inner cities, and these new homes reflected the new style. While European design was extraordinarily inventive, American design was looking to an idealized vision of the future--between them a modern idiom was developed that can be seen vividly on these pages. This overview of the decade includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti., Taschen

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Taschen, May 2013. Hardcover. New. Design trends and styles of the 1950s Published annually from 1906 until 1980, 'Decorative Art, The Studio Yearbook' was dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. Since the publications went out of print, the now hard-to-find yearbooks have become highly prized by collectors and dealers. <BR> TASCHEN's 'Decorative Art 50s' explores the spirit of optimism and the fervent consumerism of the decade. Technology and construction had been enervated by research during the war and these discoveries could now be applied in peacetime. The popularization of plastics, fiberglass, and latex literally shaped the decade. Rising incomes and postwar rebuilding on bother sides of the Atlantic led to a massive housing boom in both the suburbs and inner cities, and these new homes reflected the new style. While European design was extraordinarily inventive, American design was looking to an idealized vision of the future--between them a modern idiom was developed that can be seen vividly on these pages. This overview of the decade includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti. Published annually from 1906 until 1980, 'Decorative Art, The Studio Yearbook' was dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. Since the publications went out of print, the now hard-to-find yearbooks have become highly prized by collectors and dealers. <BR> TASCHEN's 'Decorative Art 50s' explores the spirit of optimism and the fervent consumerism of the decade. Technology and construction had been enervated by research during the war and these discoveries could now be applied in peacetime. The popularization of plastics, fiberglass, and latex literally shaped the decade. Rising incomes and postwar rebuilding on bother sides of the Atlantic led to a massive housing boom in both the suburbs and inner cities, and these new homes reflected the new style. While European design was extraordinarily inventive, American design was looking to an idealized vision of the future--between them a modern idiom was developed that can be seen vividly on these pages. This overview of the decade includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti., Taschen

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Decorative Art 50s

Postwar boom decor: Design trends and styles of the 1950s
 
Published annually from 1906 until 1980, Decorative Art, The Studio Yearbook was dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. Since the publications went out of print, the now hard-to-find yearbooks have become highly prized by collectors and dealers.

TASCHEN’s Decorative Art 50s explores the spirit of optimism and the fervent consumerism of the decade. Technology and construction had been enervated by research during the war and these discoveries could now be applied in peacetime. The popularization of plastics, fiberglass, and latex literally shaped the decade. Rising incomes and postwar rebuilding on bother sides of the Atlantic led to a massive housing boom in both the suburbs and inner cities, and these new homes reflected the new style. While European design was extraordinarily inventive, American design was looking to an idealized vision of the future—between them a modern idiom was developed that can be seen vividly on these pages. This overview of the decade includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti.
 
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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783836544580
ISBN (ISBN-10): 383654458X
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Date de parution: 2013
Editeur: Taschen Deutschland GmbH+
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