Originally published in 1984, John Colmer’s study of the Nobel Prize winning Australian novelist was the first to survey all his published works.
Patrick White is a giant among the moderns. His massive novels, which chart. Originally published in 1984, John Colmer’s study of the Nobel Prize winning Australian novelist was the first to survey all his published works.
Patrick Victor Martindale White (28 May 1912 – 30 September 1990) was an Australian writer who published 12 novels, three short-story collections, and eight plays, from 1935 to 1987. White's fiction employs humour, florid prose, shifting narrative vantage points and stream of consciousness techniques
Patrick White (Contemporary Writers). 0416367909 (ISBN13: 9780416367904).
Patrick White (Contemporary Writers).
The last Patrick White novel published in his lifetime, Memoirs of Many in One presents the eccentric, often fantastical .
The last Patrick White novel published in his lifetime, Memoirs of Many in One presents the eccentric, often fantastical recollections of the ageing actor, Alex Xenophon Demirjian Gray. Witty and affecting, Memoirs reveals another side of White's fiction even as it echoes many of the themes running through his work
Writer and critic; lecturer then Senior Lecturer in English University of Khartoum 1949-1959.
Iris Murdoch – Under the Net (1954). By combining a keen eye for relationships with the emerging existentialist philosophy of post-war France, Under the Net is a novel of ideas that does not languish excessively on dead-end ideas.
Patrick White is a writer of moods and perspectives and the essays collected here range in their focus over his public presentations, his formal challenges, his spiritual leanings and dramatic gestures. They examine the breadth and significance of White's intellectual contribution and consider the ongoing legacy of his thought and his art within national and international frames.
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Patrick White Patrick White spent his whole life writing letters. He wanted them all burnt. Luckily we all come at books from a different perspective and I am very pleased I stumbled on this 677 page volume of letters written from 1919 to 1990. Reading this is like sitting in someones living room unseen and hearing all from the everyday to the important being discussed. It gives us a strong human connection to this hugely talented, crotchety, driven, private, argumentative man of strong opinions and unpredictably diverse views of the world.
Though Yamashita was a finalist for the National Book Award with I Hotel, about San Francisco’s Asian community in the 60s and 70s, she hasn’t gained the broad recognition she richly deserves. I Hotel is her sixth novel and most ambitious work to date; this 640-page epic story is made up of interconnected novellas, all centered at the hotel where people, politics, ideals, and history come together.