A critical biography of the twentieth-century Irish author, covering his year in Ireland, England, and wartime Germany and his relationship with other literary figures and assessing the achievements of his novels, poems, and plays.A critical biography of the twentieth-century Irish author, covering his year in Ireland, England, and wartime Germany and his relationship with other literary figures and assessing the achievements of his novels, poems, and plays.Read Less
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In the run up to Christmas we will ship your book within one business day of your order. UNUSED, BRAND NEW, NOT EX-LIBRARY, 1974 edition, 88 pages. (Henry Francis Montgomery Stuart (1902 2000) was an Irish writer documenting his life and distinguished by a queasy sensitivity to moral complexity and moral ambiguity. WorksFrancis Stuart wrote many novels including Black List Section H (1971) ISBN 0-14-006229-7, his most well-known work which is heavily autobiographical. Most of his writing is now out of print. We Have Kept the Faith, Dublin 1923; Women and God, London 1931; Pigeon Irish, London 1932; The Coloured Dome, London 1932; Try the Sky, London 1933; Glory, London 1933; Things to Live For: Notes for an Autobiography, London 1934; Things to Live For: Notes for an Autobiography, London 1934; Things to Live For: Notes for an Autobiography, London 1934; In Search of Love, London 1935; The Angels of Pity, London 1935; The White Hare, London 1936; The Bridge, London 1937; Julie, London 1938; The Great Squire, London 1939; Der Fall Casement, Hamburg 1940; The Pillar of Cloud, London 1948; Redemption, London 1949; The Flowering Cross, London 1950; Good Friday's Daughter, London 1952; The Chariot, London 1953; The Pilgrimage, London 1955; Victors and Vanquished, London 1958; Angels of Providence, London 1959; Black List Section H, Southern Illinois Univ. Press 1971; Memorial, London 1973; A Hole in the Head, London 1977; The High Consistory, London 1981; We Have Kept the Faith: New and Selected Poems, Dublin 1982; States of Mind, Dublin 1984; Faillandia, Dublin 1985; The Abandoned Snail Shell, Dublin 1987; Night Pilot, Dublin 1988 and A Compendium of Lovers, Dublin 1990; Arrow of Anguish, Dublin 1995 and King David Dances, Dublin 1996. PamphletsNationality and Culture, Dublin 1924; Mystics and Mysticism, Dublin 1929 and Racing for Pleasure and Profit in Ireland and Elsewhere, Dublin 1937. PlaysMen Crowd me Round, 1933; Glory, 1936; Strange Guests, 1940; Flynn's Last Dive, 1962 and Who Fears to Speak, 1970Additionally, Stuart authored many articles in various journals)
Very Good in Good jacket. Francis Stuart is an outstanding contribution to the Irish Writer Series. This is a critical biography of Stuart who was tipped for fame by W.B. Yeats but the fame never developed and Stuart remains, an unjustly neglected Irish writer.
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