John Cowper Powys


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Noun1.John Cowper Powys - British writer of novels about nature; one of three literary brothers (1872-1963)
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3) John Cowper Powys found Fort stimulating and mused on his work in the early 1930s.
Forster, Dorothy Sayers, Virginia Woolf, and John Cowper Powys.
Enter John Cowper Powys -the eldest in the large and talented family of a Church of England vicar, the Reverend Charles Francis Powys, of Montacute, Somerset.
Scholars of British literature will find great value in Radford's examination of the import of Wessex in novels published between 1870-1940 by Thomas Hardy, Richard Jefferies, John Cowper Powys, and Mary Butts.
Ond daeth i enwogrwydd yn bennaf wrth weithio delwau o efydd o Bertrand Russell a John Cowper Powys gan gynnal arddangosfeydd gyda John Petts a Kyffin Williams yn y '60au.
Descents of Memory: The Life of John Cowper Powys" is an analytical biography covering the life story of John Cowper Powys, one of the most influential and important novelists in recent history.
John Cowper Powys wrote, in a book titled "In Defence of Sensuality", the following: "There ought to be in every nation a great public cenotaph to The Unknown Poor Man; for, since what we call our commercial civilisation connives at poverty, implies poverty, pays for itself with poverty, your poor man, employed or unemployed, does as much as any great industrial magnate to keep the machine going.
John Cowper Powys lived at Corwen from 1935 to 1955, among his friends there was neighbour and novelist Elena Puw Morgan.
Amongst the authors whose works belonged to Pessoa's library, the following may have provided other information about Nietzsche: Alfred William Benn, John Cowper Powys, Henry Lichtenberger, and Alfred Fouillee.
He freelances still for the BBC, awaits phone calls, is passionate to produce a documentary about John Cowper Powys, whose Glastonbury Romance runs to 1,100 pages and is written in such magical verbiage that I read the first paragraph twice and the second twice more than that.
In contrast, Ralph Pite ponders the nature of Fisher's unexpected indebtedness to John Cowper Powys.
Asking everyone to join him at the table, lefties and neocons alike, he invoked British novelist John Cowper Powys on the purpose of culture ("to enable us to live out our days in a perpetual undertide of ecstasy") and ended with a secular prayer: "Let not the differences in our personal tastes or political views dim the chorus of this ecstasy.