James Branch Cabell

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Noun1.James Branch Cabell - United States writer of satirical novels (1879-1958)James Branch Cabell - United States writer of satirical novels (1879-1958)
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Howard, James Branch Cabell, and Hope Mirrlees, not to say to the authors themselves), I have no issues with the assertions provided here.
He had created a disturbance as he repeatedly shouted and held up his sign near the college's main entrance by the James Branch Cabell Library.
More for book lovers comes in the memoirs of appreciation by famous conservative journalist (and excellent commentator on jazz) Ralph de Toledano for Conrad Aiken and James Branch Cabell, two of the South's most distinctive literary artists in their day, now sadly neglected.
He recently informed us that he has deposited his collection of Wolfe books and other printed matter (including a file drawer of clippings, offprints, photocopies, news articles, and other material), a scrapbook of clippings and photos, TWS publications, and Wolfe memorabilia in the Special Collections and Archives at the James Branch Cabell Library at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Among their topics are metamorphosis in James Branch Cabell's Jurgen, the Prague experience of city perception in transit, Constantinople and the Slavs, Sephardic places in Sephardic songs, Hemingway's Hispanic vision in For Whom the Bell Tolls, transformations of place and identity in the post-apartheid fiction of Nadine Gordimer and Zakes Mda, post-colonial perspectives on Lithuanian deportation, and post-colonial computer games as spatial stories.
Virginia Commonwealth University, James Branch Cabell Library Acquisitions, Richmond, Virginia
Frank Baum Bengodi Giovanni Boccaccio Broceliande John Bunyan Centrum Terrae Edgar Rice Burroughs Cloudcuckooland Samuel Butler Coromandel James Branch Cabell Dictionopolis Casanova Earthsea Samuel Taylor Coleridge El Dorado Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Erewhon Anatole France Flafland W.S.
Yet the tensions generated by writing for Harper's Magazine were to exert a shaping influence on Conrad's texts, as Ruppel shows in a close comparison of "An Anarchist," "The Partner," and "The Secret Sharer" with samples of the genre fiction by Margaret Cameron, James Branch Cabell, and Perceval Gibbon alongside which they appeared.
Heath also wrote to Lewis Mumford (Lewis Mumford Papers, University of Pennsylvania) and John Cowper Powys (Powys Papers, Colgate University); James Branch Cabell wrote to him (Cabell mss., 1915-1935, Lilly Library, Indiana University); and Dorothy Richardson wrote him three letters and a card (Special Collections, University of Iowa; see Gloria G.
James Branch Cabell Often it seems a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat Mark Twain Most people would rather die than think; in fact they do so.
In some of my behavior as a "public intellectual," I was coming to bear an uncomfortable resemblance to a character in a novel by the now-little-read Virginia writer, James Branch Cabell, who was my father's favorite writer.