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There Are Kermodians: A Liber Amicorum For Frank Kermode

There Are Kermodians: A Liber Amicorum For Frank Kermode (Paperback)

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1. Quiet Subversive John Updike

2. A Sonnet Setting Alexander Goehr

3. Brooksmith by Henry James Daniel Stern

4. Recollections Robert Tear

5. Afterwards Al Alvarez

6. Once Hearing Music Richard Burns

7. A Sense of a Beginning Adam Phillips


8. Strictly Ballroom Anne Alvarez

9. Voyaging Ian Donaldson

10. The Opponent Wynne Godley

11. Sonnet Anthony Holden

12. Hanging About with Frank Brian Phelan

13. Sixty Years On Miriam Allott

14. Bees and Non-Being John Fortune


15. Fashioning a Syllabus John Sutherland

16. The London Review of Books Mary-Kay Wilmers

17. Reinvigorating UCL Noel Annan

18. The Literary Journalist Karl Miller

19. But Let Us Listen to the Moon Peter Porter

20. The Chairman Charles Osborne

21. Frightened of Frank Stephen Fender

22. Seigneur Frank Richard Poirier


23. On Another Happy Return John Hollander

24. So Bloody Clear Edward Tayler

25. The Tomb of Petrarch's Laura J.B.Trapp

26. Forays and Interventions Denis Donoghue

27. The Pleasures of Frankness Logan Browning

28. Romantic Image Bernard Bergonzi

29. Tentativities and lnconclusions Edward Mendelson

30. The Writer Lives On Peter Washington


31. The Islander Anthony Nuttall

32. Trying to be Frank Randolph Quirk

33. Parallels and Paradoxes Christine Brooke-Rose

34. Doubting Thomas Marina Warner

35. This and That Stephen Heath

36. The Kermode Bear Elisabeth Sifton

37. Man and the Echo Warwick Gould


38. There are Kermodians David Lodge

39. To Frank Kermode Kenneth Koch

40. Growing Up Lisa Jardine

41. Attenzione Nadia Fusini

42. A Sense of Time Miranda Tufnell

43. Hopelessly Plural David Plante

44. A Kind of War Jacqueline Rose

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 -Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary theory Publisher: Everyman Publication Date: 17/12/1999 ISBN-13: 9781857159974  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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