Holiday House Spring Kids 2014 | Preview Peek - School Library Journal ... will debut the biography, Colonel ... Lesa Cline-Ransome and James E ... kids, Jane Cutler and Amy Gordon have ... By Angela Carstensen By ... 12/10/2013 - 12:09 pm | View Link
Aspen Times Weekly: Winter arts scene heats up - Aspen Times Wycliffe Gordon, Jan. 10-11, Jazz ... of his restaurant in the James Hotel ... Prize for the recent biography “The ... Music series: pianist ... 12/5/2013 - 1:35 pm | View Link
‘James Joyce,’ a Biography by Gordon Bowker Nora Barnacle, the woman with whom he would share his life, worked in the hotel. On June 10, 1904, Joyce, age 22, saw her on the street and spoke to her. She was 20 years old. They made a date for four days later, and when she failed to appear ... 08/17/2012 - 3:42 am | View Link
James Joyce: A New Biography Gordon Bowker, in James Joyce: A New Biography, refers endlessly to the writer as “Dublin’s Dante,” though it’s for human rather than divine comedy that Joyce’s writing is beloved. In the author’s depiction (in "Ulysses" above all ... 07/18/2012 - 7:48 am | View Link
'James Joyce: A New Biography' by Gordon Bowker: An excerpt So you're an admirer of James Joyce's "Ulysses"? Well, thank Trieste for that book. Why? Gordon Bowker's "James Joyce: A New Biography" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 608 pp., $35) shows readers how living in that seaport city in northeastern Italy ... 07/12/2012 - 7:26 am | View Link
BIOGRAPHY: "James Joyce," by Gordon Bowker James Joyce called biographers "biografiends." And yet his work is so autobiographical, and he was so meticulous about documenting the real world of Ireland, that he might as well have set up a business licensing biographers. Wary of the curse Joyce had ... 06/30/2012 - 10:32 am | View Link
‘James Joyce: A New Biography’ by Gordon Bowker The British biographer Gordon Bowker, who has published books on George Orwell, Malcolm Lowry, and Lawrence Durrell, has given us “ James Joyce: A New Biography,” a massive, intricate contemporary take on the Irish writer, making use of newly ... 06/24/2012 - 11:24 pm | View Link
Sarah MacLean‘s new instant bestseller, “No Good Duke Goes Unpunished,” opens with this strikingly unsubtle line: “He woke with a splitting head and a hard [barnyard fowl].” I happened to mention that opening line to Fordham University English professor Mary Bly, who writes wildly popular romance novels of her own under the name Eloisa James.