Robinson Crusoe Untravelled: John Younger (1785—1860) of St Boswells*
- A clutch of poet-memoirs for spring. McQuade, Molly // Publishers Weekly;12/19/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 51, p22
Reports on the increasing attractiveness of memoirs to a number of well-known poets in the United States. Memoirs as the response to the impossibility of finding an objective perspective on the world; Period of redefining genres; List of American poets who have written memoirs.
- A Life Saved By Stories. Smith, Wendy // Publishers Weekly;10/2/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 40, p52
Interviews Mary Karr, award-winning poet and bestselling autobiographer. Complaint after her book `The Liars' Club was published; Influence of poetry to her life; Comments about her other works.
- A tale of rhyme and reason. // Accountancy;Jul99, Vol. 124 Issue 1271, p19
This article focuses on William Oxley, a British chartered accountant turned poet, who qualified in the 1960s as an accountant, and the one who wrote his autobiography in which he describes his love of writing poetry and his passion for reading. He grew up in Manchester, England and was an...
- Los espejos de Cernuda: su relaciÃ³n con Salinas a la luz de los epistolarios. Insausti, Gabriel // RILCE. Revista de FilologÃa HispÃ¡nica;ene-jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p337
Re-reading Luis Cernuda's Collected Letters with some of his poems and essays in mind provides a more complex picture of the poet and his relationship with Pedro Salinas than the one spread by the poet himself: along with his contempt, the fact that he still counted on him for a long time; along...
- CHARIVARIA. Seaman, Owen // Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, December 1, 1920;1/1/1920, p1
The article offers news briefs in the area of London, England. It states that those who expect to see Poet Laureate will be disappointed. The Autobiography of Margot Asquith was not purchased by the Public Libraries Committee of West Ham. Meanwhile, the operator of the express train that crashed...
- Notes on Memoir and Mystery. St. John, David // Green Mountains Review;2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p322
An essay is presented in which he explores the topics of poets' memoirs and the concept of mortality. He reflects on ways in which memoirs and autobiographies can inform readers about the lives of poets, discusses the motivation used by biographers within their writing about poets' lives, and...
- Mary Karr, Mary Karr, Mary Karr, Mary Karr. Harmon, William // Southern Review;Winter97, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p150
Focuses on Mary Karr, literary critic, poet, memoirist and metacritic. Karr's essay on decorative poetry; Turning of family drama into a memoir; Highlights on book of poetry `Abacus'; Critical work `The Liars' Club.'
- In the City of St. Francis. DiStasi, Lawrence // Paterson Literary Review;2006, Issue 35, p277
This article presents an account "In the City of St. Francis," about the author's last meeting with poet Philip Lamantia, who died on March 7, 2005 at the age of 77. Lamantia was a primary influence on the beat poets, including Allen Ginsburg. A list of the poetry books Lamantia published are...
- A PRECOCIOUS AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Yevtushenko, Yevgeny // Saturday Evening Post;8/10/1963, Vol. 236 Issue 28, p45
Presents the condensed autobiography of Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.