Citations with the tag: ESSAYISTS
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- 'No One Wants an Excruciating Read . . . '
Slavnikova, Ol'Ga // Russian Studies in Literature; Spring2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p85
Discusses the reasons behind the current reading aversion in Russia. Dual role of critic and essayist; Distractions of the Internet, television and the mass media.
- The Essayists.
Slavnikova, Ol'Ga // Utopian Studies; 2005, Vol. 16 Issue 3, following p509
Profiles the essayists who contributed articles to the September 2005 issue of the journal "Utopian Studies."
- Essay Contributors.
Slavnikova, Ol'Ga // Byron Journal; 2011, Vol. 39 Issue 2, pvii
The article offers brief profiles of several essay contributors including Drummond Bone, Nigel Leask, and Pauline Mackay.
- Writers Afoot.
Hoagland, Edward // American Scholar; Summer99, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p103
Offers an insight on the life of essayists. What an essay is; Where the essayists' materials are drawn; Information on some noted essayists.
Hoagland, Edward // Freethought Today; Nov2010, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p3
A correction to the article "Top Senior Essayist Meets Benefactor" that was published in the September 2010 issue is presented.
- Talk Softly, Carry a Big Stick.
Aprile, Dianne // Louisville Magazine; Mar2001, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p18
Profiles Cynthia Ozick, nationally renowned essayist in New York. Issues tackled in writing; Educational and family background; Writing style.
Aprile, Dianne // New Yorker; 2/27/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p29
The article presents a joke about a nine year old laconic essayist in Dalton School.
- JOHN TRUMBULL, ESSAYIST.
Granger, Bruce // Early American Literature; Dec75, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p273
Profiles essayist John Trumbull. Enumeration of literary works; Themes of the essays written by Trumbull; Influences on the literary works.
- IN OTHER WORDS: GARDENING FOR LOVE--THE WORK OF THE ESSAYIST.
Atkins, G. Douglas // Kenyon Review; Winter91, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p56
Presents an essay on the comparison of the works of essayists to gardening for love. Link between nature and essays; Assertion that the smile that creases the face of the gardener-essayist betokens love; Quotation from leading authors.
- Billets for Bullets.
Rodell, John S.; Davis, Valeska; Denison, Rowland F.; Summerfield, Martin; Stone, Mark; Brewer, J. L. // New Republic; 7/19/39, Vol. 99 Issue 1285, p310
Presents a letter to the editor on author Heywood Broun's advertisement for south-paw writers and hard-hitting essayists.
- Classics in human geography revisited.
Rodell, John S.; Davis, Valeska; Denison, Rowland F.; Summerfield, Martin; Stone, Mark; Brewer, J. L. // Progress in Human Geography; Jun99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p253
Focuses on the style of essayist Keith Buchanan in literature writing in New Zealand. Application of allegory in essays; Description of persons living in the region; Use of pseudonyms to amuse audiences.
- DAVID H. HIRSCH 1930-1999.
Monteiro, George // Sewanee Review; Spring2001, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p318
Profiles essayist David H. Hirsch and his works on English and American literature. Essays on passional thinking; Introduction of the Holocaust literature at the Brown University at Providence, Rhode Island; Collaborative efforts with his wife, Roslyn Hirsch; Publication of 'The Deconstruction...
- JAMES W. TUTTLETON 1934-1998.
Hoy II, Pat C. // Sewanee Review; Spring2001, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p319
Profiles essayist James W. Tuttleton and his works on literary criticism. Relationship with his colleagues at the New York University; Exploration of his ideas about literary realism in his essay 'Jacques et moi.'
Pinson, Hermine; Harris, Duriel E. // Valley Voices: A Literary Review; Spring2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p6
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Duriel E. Harris about her essay which features Sterling Prumpp' s works, one by Garin Cycholl on selected messages, and one by Hermine Pinson's essay which explores Sterling Prumpp' s poetry.
- Downwinders all.
Pinson, Hermine; Harris, Duriel E. // High Country News; 11/28/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 20, p2
The article discusses the work of essayist Michael Branch on mountain climbing, half-lives and the military industrial complex.
- ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Pinson, Hermine; Harris, Duriel E. // Millennium Hotel; 1996, following p185
The article offers a brief profile of poet, essayist and translator Mark Rudman.
- Murray Kempton.
Wills // Editor & Publisher; 10/30/99 Supplement Centennial, Vol. 132 Issue 44, p48
Profiles reporter, essayist and columnist for New York newspapers Murray Kempton. Family background; Character and personality; Generosity which earned respect from young journalists.
- The Essayist in the Wilderness.
Spencer, William Browning // Fantasy & Science Fiction; May2002, Vol. 102 Issue 5, p137
Presents the short story 'The Essayist in the Wilderness.'
- THE FUGITIVE JOY OF JEAN SULIVAN.
Spencer, William Browning // Renascence; Spring2000, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p233
Presents a contextual analysis of the works of French essayist Jean Sulivan. Background of Sulivan; Focus and themes of Sulivan's works; Selection of Sulivan's works.
- A Man of Few Words.
Fiori, Pamela // Town & Country; Jan2004, Vol. 158 Issue 5284, p106
Features essayist Roger Rosenblatt.
- Essayist SEMOUR KLEINBERG Examines Gay Alienation.
Greco, Stephen // Advocate; 5/14/81, Issue 317, p35
Focuses on the response of essayist Seymour Kleinberg to the critics of his book 'Alienated Affections.' Discussion of gay issues; Interest on the nature of sexuality; Comprehension of the gay movement.
- At the table by the window.
Gaita, Raimond // Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture; Sep2012, Issue 82, p52
An obituary for essayist Peter Steele is presented.
- Stevenson the essayist.
Abrahamson, Robert-Louis; Dury, Richard // Journal of Stevenson Studies; 2012, Vol. 9, p3
An introduction is presented in which the guest editors discuss various reports within the issue on topics including the self-reflexivity of essayist, how to read an essay as performance, as well as the essays in 1880s.
- Book reviews: Arts & humanities.
Cihlar, Lisa J. // Library Journal; 2/15/1998, Vol. 123 Issue 3, p142
Reviews the book `The Essayist at Work: Profiles of Creative Nonfiction Writers,' edited by Lee Gutkind.
- Sainte-Beuve between Renaissance and Enlightenment.
Nelles, Paul // Journal of the History of Ideas; Jul2000, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p473
Focuses on impact of essayist Charles-Augustin de Sainte-Beuve on the legitimization of literary history as a discipline in France. Work at the Bibliotheque Mazarine; Differentiation of the orientation and method of literary history from contemporary mechanisms; Identification of the genie or...
- An American master of the literary essay.
Pinsker, Sanford // Sewanee Review; Winter99, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p114
Pays tribute to an American master of the literary essay, Elizabeth Hardwick. Author's delight in his daughter's choice of making Hardwick as the subject for her senior thesis at Harvard; Background on Hardwick's early beginnings as a writer; Novels published; Insights into Hardwick's marriage...
- THE MONSTER WITHIN.
Frank, Steven // Writing; Jan2008, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p20
The article offers author's views on whether writing about an illness helps a person overcome it. It states that if the illness is caused by emotional trauma and the end of a relationship or the loss of a loved one, certainly the act of writing about it can help restore perspective and...
- AN IMAGE OF THE STAGE IN THE MORAL ESSAYS OF EZRA SAMPSON.
Knutson, Roslyn L. // American Notes & Queries; Nov/Dec80, Vol. 19 Issue 3/4, p46
Discusses the use of theater stage as a way to express political issues in the moral essays of Ezra Sampson. Educational background of Sampson; Political significance of Sampson's essay 'The Sham-Patriot Unmasked'; Analogy of the message being sent by Sampson in his essays.
- The Future American.
Chesnutt, Charles W. (Charles Waddell) // Wife of His Youth & Other Stories of the Color Line, & Selected ; 3/1/2006, p108
The future American race is a popular theme for essayists, and has been much discussed. Most expressions upon the subject, however, have been characterized by a conscious or unconscious evasion of some of the main elements of the problem involved in the formation of a future American race, or,...
- "A WICKED VOICE": ON VERNON LEE, WAGNER, AND THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC.
Caballero, Carlo // Victorian Studies; Summer92, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p385
Focuses on essayist Violet Paget also known as Vernon Lee. Family background; Information on her literary inspiration; Her style in writing; Overview of her essays.
- The Whiz of What-If.
Heller, Steven // Print; Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p73
Features Bruce McCall, an artist and essayist from North America. Career background; Painting style; Description of several works made by McCall.
- Cheating on my Husband.
Newman, Amy // Seneca Review; Fall2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p43
This article presents the tryst between an essayist and a poet. Breaking from the structure of poetry, the author confesses her foray into writing lyrical essays as somewhat like cheating on her husband. Exposing herself to her husband's writings, she tries to inject lyric and emotion into...
Pilling, John // French Studies; Oct2000, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p543
Reviews the book `Yves Bonnefoy essayiste: modernite et presence,' by Daniel Acke.
- A LITERARY PILGRIMAGE: MAX BEERBOHM.
TERZIAN, PHILIP // Sewanee Review; Fall2012, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p576
The article features English essayist and artist Max Beerbohm. In the 1950s, he wrote a letter to a television producer explaining that there were about a thousand readers in England and the U.S. who knew and appreciated his work that was enough to please him, but not enough to justify a...
- Take Me with You.
Fleming, Casey // Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction; Spring2007, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p7
This article presents the author's memories of being a young teenager and having to face a potentially humiliating experience. The essays varies from the first person to the second person as if the author is having a discussion with herself; her young self and her current self. There are issues...
- Untitled Image.
Fleming, Casey // Rounding the Human Corners; Apr2008, following p96
The article offers information on Linda Hogan, who is a novelist, poet, essayist, teacher, playwright, and activist.
- Introduction: Perspectives on Africa.
GARFITT, TOBY // Forum for Modern Language Studies; Oct2009, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p355
The article discusses various papers published within this issue including one by Catharine Mee on Chinua Achebe's essay on Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and another by Lizelle Bisschoff on pioneer filmmakers.
Hadas, Rachel // New England Review (10531297); Winter2011, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p102
Presents a personal narrative which explores the author's experience of being a poet and essayist.
- Michael McGriff.
Hadas, Rachel // Copper Canyon Press: Author Biographies; 2012, p1
The article offers a brief profile of American poet, translator and essayist Michael McGriff.
- MOORE, Richard.
Hadas, Rachel // Black Studies Primer; 2008, p316
Information about black journalist, essayist, historian and activist Richard B. Moore is presented.
- SHAABAN, Robert.
Hadas, Rachel // Black Studies Primer; 2008, p410
A brief profile of Robert Shaaban, a poet, an essayist, and a novelist who was born in 1909 in Tanga, Tanzania, is presented. Shaaban's career had a significant role in the evolution of Swahili language and literature. He was honoured with a knighthood and a Margaret Wrong Medal and Prize for...
- FROM EXPERIENCE TO INNOCENCE.
Levasseur, Jennifer; Rabalais, Kevin // Kenyon Review; Winter2001, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p55
Interviews novelist, essayist and philosopher William H. Gass. Achievements; Nonfiction works of Gass; How he separated the realms of writing and reading; His fondness for used bookstores; Monetary value attached to certain books.
- From a Woman Aggressor. Reflections on Japan and the Asia Pacific War.
Itsuko, Okabe // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus; 5/19/2008, Issue 20, p1
The article offers reflections on the life of essayist Okabe Itsuko. According to the article, when she died on April 29, 2008, with her died an independent woman's voice of conscience for postwar Japan. It provides a translation of an address she gave at a service in memory of "all the war...
- HOW THE STORY HAPPENED.
Itsuko, Okabe // Yankee; May/Jun2009, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p12
The article profiles Ann hood, author of 13 books of fiction and memoir, and David Huddle, a poet, essayist, fiction writer and teacher.
- Two Standards.
Itsuko, Okabe // America; 3/8/1913, Vol. 8 Issue 22, p521
The article highlights an article which appeared in a previous issue of "America" which is said to reflect a tendency among Catholic essayists to praise authors whom Catholics in general should not read. Accordingly, it indicated that Catholics must have a double standard of morality namely one...
- AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIGID BROPHY.
Dock, Leslie // Contemporary Literature; Spring76, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p151
Presents an interview with Brigid Brophy, novelist, playwright, critic, and essayist in London, England. Paternal relationship; Time span in working a novel; Attitude toward psychoanalysis.
- Frederic Harrison, Positivist.
Dock, Leslie // America; 1/27/1923, Vol. 28 Issue 15, p351
The article talks about the late Frederic Harrison, known as the High Priest of English Positivism. Harrison was an essayist and publicist and his work is described to be natural, simple and direct. Harrison lost all faith in Revealed dogmas early in his life and has adopted as his religion the...
- Thomas Carlyle's House.
Heydt, Bruce // British Heritage; Nov2003, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p54
Thomas Carlyle became one of Great Britain's most noted essayists and historians. His parents belonged to a small sect of strict Calvinists who disapproved of poetry and fiction, so Thomas, the oldest of nine brothers and sisters, had the direction of his literary path predetermined. The road to...
- Gretel ehrilich.
Hudson, Gail // Natural Health; Nov2004, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p28
This article presents the profile of poet and essayist Gretel Ehrlich. He was struck by lightning near her Wyoming ranch. What followed was a painful recovery and an extraordinary book, "A Match to the Heart." Ironically, Ehrlich has always been drawn to the extremes of nature. Being struck by...
- The Telltale Scar.
Milosz, Czeslaw // New Republic; 8/7/89 - 8/14/89, Vol. 201 Issue 6/7, p27
Presents the text of an essay presented at the Wheatland Conference on Literature in Budapest, Hungary, which discussed the political situation in Central Europe.