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Norman Douglas

Constantine FitzGibbon

Norman Douglas

a pictorial record, with a critical and biographical study.

by Constantine FitzGibbon

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Published by Richards Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Douglas, Norman, 1868-1952.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6007.O88 Z65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p.
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6132348M
    LC Control Number53004254
    OCLC/WorldCa716977

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Norman Douglas, in full George Norman Douglas, (born December 8,Thüringen, Austria—died February 9,Capri, Italy), essayist and novelist who wrote of southern Italy, where he lived for many years, latterly on the island of Capri —the setting of his most famous book, South Wind.

Norman Douglas book account by travel writer Norman Douglas, of a summer spent in the Voralberg region of Austria, just a few years after the First World War.

Full of reminiscence and pithy description of a rural way of life, probably long gone, together with reflections on family and local character/5.

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One reason for its decline, undoubtedly, is Douglas’s scandalous private life. Douglas was also the author of three books during this period, Siren Land: A Celebration of Life in Southern Italy (), Fountains in the Sand () on Tunisia, and Old Calabria (), rugged mountains and windswept coastlines facing Sicily.

The writer Norman Douglas is a prime example. Cleves describes the literary debate that raged in the early s after Douglas’s death. This was lead on one side by critic Richard Aldington who condemned Douglas to obscurity and on the other by Graham Greene, who defended Douglas as a writer.

author Norman Douglas. Correspondents include J. Ackerley, C. Dawes, his son Robin Douglas, Edward Garnett, Dorothy Ireland, Gerald Kelly, Edward David McDonald, Grant Richards, and others. Some papers of publisher Guiseppe("Pino") Orioli are present, as is material concerning the Richard McGillivray Dawkins book Norman Douglas ().File Size: 90KB.

Norman Douglas was born in Thüringen, Austria (his surname was registered at birth as Douglass). His mother was Vanda von Poellnitz. His father was John Sholto Douglas (), manager of a cotton mill, who died when Norman was about six.

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Author Norman Douglas was born in Austria on December 8, and was educated in England, Germany, and France. Inhe joined the British Foreign Office and worked as a diplomat in Russia and Italy.

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He is the author of several books, including Siren Land, Fountains in the Sand, and Old s: 2. If you'd like to read a specific Norman Douglas book which we're missing on Read Print, do let us know. Quotes by Norman Douglas Education is a state-controlled manufactory of echoes.

Norman Douglas’s novels are characterized by his sardonic wit and trenchant satire and, like his travel books, are distinguished by his evocative descriptions of the local. In They Went, published in and set in a mythic city in Brittany during the late Roman era, Douglas presents an allegory of goodness pitted against : Tall octavo, bound in salmon-colored boards.

pages, printed on handmade paper. Limited to copies, signed by Norman Douglas. Covers lightly faded, with a touch of soil to rear cover, but otherwise a fine bright copy.

Lacks publisher's slipcase. WoolfA28a. Bookplate of 'BCH' (initials formed into a triad).