A. P. Watt & Company: General Abstract Stanford, Charles Villiers, Sir, 18521924. Stephens, James, 1882-1950. Stevenson,Robert Louis, 1850-1894. Stribling, TS (Thomas Sigismund), 1881-1965. http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/inv/a/A.P.Watt_and_Company/genab.htm
Extractions: General Abstract Supplementary Abstract General Abstract: A. P. Watt and Company was the world's first literary agency and was the largest for its first thirty years of operation. Alexander Pollock Watt (1834-1914) began working as a literary agent in 1875 when a friend asked him to negotiate a contract with a London publishing company. By 1881, A. P. Watt had incorporated his business and begun to define the role of the literary agent. A. P. Watt and Company has remained in the forefront of the market in popular fiction and it has counted numerous important and/or best-selling authors among its clients. Online Catalog Terms: A. P. Watt and Company. Authors, American. Authors and publishers. Authors, English. Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931. Buchan, John, 1875-1940. Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936. Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965. Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Literary agentsEnglandHistory. Literature publishingHistory. Publishers and publishingHistory. Strindberg, August, 1849-1912. Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Watt, A. P. (Alexander Pollock), 1834-1914. Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), 1881-1975. Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. Supplementary Abstracts: Authors of major importance in the A. P. Watt and Company Records. Note that authors of special importance are listed in the general abstract for this collection.
Chronological List, Part 11 eorg); Stephens, FRANCES (19261989); Stephens, James (1882-1950);Stephens, JOHN; pseudonym of Hans Stefan Santesson, (1914-1975); http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/isfac/e11.htm
Extractions: Previous Table-of-Contents SIMONS, WALTON SIMPSON, ALAN (Francis) ... SKOV, DAVID M. (1952- ); see pseudonym D. M. Vosk SKY, KATHLEEN ; pseudonym of Kathleen McKinney Goldin SLADEK, JOHN (Thomas) SLATEN, JEFF SLAVIN, GEORGE F. ... SLESAR, HENRY (1927-2002); see pseudonym Sley Harson SLOANE, WILLIAM (Milligan) SLOMAN, JOEL SLONE, RALPH W. ; see pseudonym Ralph Williams SLUSSER, GEORGE E(dgar) SMAGIN, BORIS SMALE, FRED C. ... SMALL, AUSTIN J(ames) [originally Austin Small Major] (1894-1929); see pseudonym Seamark SMART, J. J. C. SMART, NINIAN SMEDS, DAVE ... SMITH, ARTHUR D. HAUDEN ; see under Smith, Arthur D. Howden SMITH, ARTHUR D(ouglas) HOWDEN SMITH, BASIL A(lec) SMITH, CLARK ASHTON ... SMITH, CORDWAINER ; pseudonym of Paul M. A. Linebarger SMITH, [Professor] DAVID SMITH, DAVID C(laude) SMITH, DENNIS NEAL ... SMITH, DOC ; see under Smith, Edward E. SMITH, ELAINE McKAY SMITH, [Lady] ELEANOR (Furneaux) SMITH, ELIZABETH THOMASINA MEADE (1854-1914); see pseudonym L. T. Meade
Index Stories, Listed By Author, Part 12 Stephens, BROOKE M. Stephens, GEORGE, trans. Stephens, James (18821950); StephensON,CARL (1886-1954); STEPTO, GABRIEL, trans. STEPTO, MICHELE, trans. http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/anth/q12.htm
Extractions: Previous Table-of-Contents SMITH, RICHARD R(ein) SMITH, ROBERT PAUL ... SNOW, C(harles) P(ercy) [Baron Snow] (1905-1980) SNOW, CHARLES H(orace) SNYDER, GARY SNYDER, GEORGE ; see pseudonym Patrick Morgan SNYDER, WILLIAM, Jr. SOHN, AMY SOLANO, CHRISTINE ... SOLOMON, DOROTHY ; pseudonym of SOMERS, ARMONIA SOMERVILLE, LEE SOMERVILLE, MARY SONDERN, TRACY ... SOUTHWOLD, STEPHEN (1887-1964); see pseudonym Neil Bell SOYINKA, WOLE SPAIN, CHRIS SPARK, MURIEL ; [i.e., Muriel Sarah Camberg Spark Stanford] (1918- ) SPEAR, ROBERTA SPEARE, M. EDMUND SPEARS, RAYMOND S(miley) SPENCE, JUNE ... SQUIER, EMMA-LINDSAY ; [Mrs. John Bransby] (1892- ) SSU, TSO ST. AUBIN, SUSAN ST. JOHN, ROBIN ST. JOHNS, ADELA ROGERS ... ST. MARS, F(rank) ; pseudonym of Frank Howard Adkins ST. MARTIN, HARDIE, trans. STACK, EDDIE STADLER, MATTHEW ... STANDISH, ROBERT ; pseudonym of Digby George Gerahty STANLEY, MAY STANTON, JOSEPH STANTON, MAURA ... STARR, JOHN ; house pseudonym STASIAK, MONICA STAUDOHAR, PAUL D. STAVANS, ILAN STEAD, CHRISTINA (Ellen) ... STERN, G(ladys) B(ronwyn) [Mrs. Geoffrey Lisle Holdsworth] (1890-1973) STERN, ISADORA
Extractions: GROUPS AND GROUPINGS Francis Bacon (1909-1992), Painter James Barry (1741-1806), Painter Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), Playwright and writer Joseph Gillis Biggar (1828-1890), Irish politician Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973), Novelist and writer Edmund Burke (1729-1797), Statesman Peter Burrowes (1753-1841), Irish barrister and politician Isaac Butt (1813-1879), Founder of the Irish Home Rule Party Patrick Byrne (1797-1863), Blind Irish harpist Joyce Carey (1898-1993), Actress Hugh Carleton, Viscount Carleton (1739-1826), Irish judge Roger David Casement (1864-1916), Irish rebel James Caulfield, 1st Earl of Charlemont (1728-1799), Irish statesman Ulick de Burgh, 1st Marquess of Clanricarde (1604-1657), Irish politician William Corbet (1779-1842), Irish rebel and French general Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork (1566-1643), Irish statesman Thomas Crofton Croker (1798-1854), Irish antiquary John Philpot Curran (1750-1817), Irish judge
Black Water, Edited By Alberto Manguel (The New Yorker, ;The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer, 1971.). Stephens, James,(18821950) Desire, 1950. Taylor, Elizabeth, (1912-1975) Poor Girl, 1975. http://www.hycyber.com/HF/black_water.html
Katharine Tynan Hinkson 18471922 Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958 Russell, George William ( AE ), 1867-1935Shorter, Dora Sigerson, 1866-1918 Stephens, James, 1882-1950 Yeats, Elizabeth http://www.lib.siu.edu/spcol/inventory/mss55.htm
Extractions: ca. 770 items Access: Open. This collection consists of miscellaneous manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials by and relating to 20th-century literary figures which do not fit into any existing collections.; Although a good portion of this collection consists of rather mundane notes and letters, fair copies of manuscripts, and the like, it does contain significant groups of materials.; Some of the more interesting pieces in this collection include a typescipt [carbon] of John Brunner's novel Quicksand (1967); Love letters to Guilalume Apollinaire from his mistress; the typescript; of a dramatic collaboration between William Butler Yeats and George Moore, Diarmid and Grania (1900); a fascinating correspondence between Robert Duncan and John Crowe Ransom relating to the latter's decision not to publish one of Duncan's poems due to its homoerotic theme; three of Philip Whalen's notebooks; and an early play by Tennesee Williams, Me, Vashya , written while he was a student at Washington University.
Extractions: 463 items Access: Open Ija Adler was a prominent Chicago bookman who, for many years, headed the rare book department of Marshall Fields Department Store. Adler had a large personal collection of books and manuscripts, much of which was acquired by Washington University in 1969. The manuscript collection includes Adler's professional papers as well as an extensive group of historical and literary autographs. Listed below is the modern literature material from the Adler Papers, a large portion of which is from the files of the literary magazine, Rhythmus , which Oscar Williams and his wife, the poet Gene Derwood, operated briefly in the mid-1920's. Manuscripts
Non-Fiction Writers, Publishers, 1842) French novelist; Stephens, James (18821950) English author,poet; Sterne, Laurence (1713-1768) English novelist; Stewart, Mary http://www.areyoucreative.com/p-novels.htm
Extractions: 5) Search for books, videos, CDs, DVDs, videos, and more by or about the famous person. Novelists, Short-Story, and Science Fiction Writers. . . Abrahams, Peter South African novelist Achebe, Chinua Nigerian novelist Adams, Douglas English novelist Ade, George US humorist, playwright Aesop, (620?-560? BC) Greek author Agee, James US novelist, poet Alcott, Louisa May US novelist Aldiss, Brian English science-fiction writer Aleichem, Sholom Russian author Algren, Nelson US novelist Allen, James US novelist Allingham, Margery English detective story writer Amis, Kingsley
600000 People Connected With European Royalty Cromer (19271972) 1 Mother Frances Stephens ( - ) 1 SC Christened Died BuriedSpouse James Addison (living Buried Spouse Jesse Olar Lesley (1882-1950) 1 http://www.e-familytree.net/f2682.htm
Extractions: Sign my guestbook or Send me an email It costs me $50.00 (US) a month to host e-familytree.net. It currently gets 3000 unique visitors a day. If only 10% of the people (300) donated .05 of their local currency each, I'd almost cover my costs. So if you can, please donate a bit to keep this place going! Thanks for your help! Rob Salzman
Index Stephens, James (18821950) The Crock of Gold Irish Fairy Tales Stephenson, NathanielW. (1867-1935) Abraham Lincoln and the Union The Day of the Confederacy http://www.changanyouth.xahu.edu.cn/pages/novel/S/
Extractions: The two official languages are Irish, which is the national language, and English. Irish is a Celtic language, closely related to Scottish Gaelic, Welsh and Breton. It was the language of the vast majority of the population until the early 19th century but so rapid was the shift to English that by 1891 over 85% spoke English only. Following on a national cultural revival and the establishment of an independent Irish State in the early 20th century, and because of the subsequent promotion of Irish, the situation has improved in recent decades. The latest figures available show that 32.5% of adults claim to have a knowledge of the language. Irish is the principal language in areas known as the Gaeltacht, situated mainly along the western seaboard. A State authority, Udaras na Gaeltachta, promotes industrial development in these Irish-speaking areas. A State agency, Bord na Gaeilge (the Irish Language Board), promotes the use of Irish throughout the country. Irish is a core subject in primary and secondary level schools. In recent years a growing number of schools offer tuition exclusively through the medium of the Irish language. These schools are called Gaelscoil (or all-Irish schools). A national radio service (Radio na Gaeltachta) and national television service (Teilifis na Gaeilge) provide programming in Irish. Written literature in Old Irish dates from the 6th century AD. Heroic sagas depict the deeds of the mythic warriors CuChulainn and Fionn;lyrical and conventional poetry from that time also survives. The early Modern period (1250-1650) produced bardic verse and prose but the literary language was then displaced by the vernacular form which gave rise to an extensive popular poetic literature.
Irish Short Story 18821928); James Joyce (1882-1941); James Stephens (1882-1950);Joyce Cary (1888-1957); Liam O'Flaherty(1896-1984); Elizabeth Bowen http://www.csulb.edu/~cmay/irishss_683.htm
Extractions: English 683 The Irish Short Story email@example.com The most common assumption about Irish fiction is that the Irish are particularly gifted as short-story writers. However, because of Ireland's historically marginal status in relation to England and because of the short story's historically marginal status as a genre, many of the authors covered in this course are, with the exception of James Joyce, neglected in the English curriculum in America, in spite of the fact that many Irish stories are centrally important to the development of Irish fiction in particular and the modern short story in general.
On Prose And Verse (in MARION) On prose and verse. Title On prose and verse / by James Stephens. Author Stephens,James, 18821950. Published New York The Bowling Green Press, c1928. http://vax.vmi.edu/MARION/AAK-0802
Records For Prose Literature. (in MARION) Stephens, James, 18821950. On prose and verse / by James Stephens.New York The Bowling Green Press, c1928. LOCATION MAIN CALL http://vax.vmi.edu/MARION/@PROSE LITERATURE/e7fa20005000/0
PPE - Biography - Sp - St Mentioned in Ruth Park's autobiography. STARR, Ringo (1940) Drummer for Beatles.Stephens, James (1882-1950) Irish writer. Born in Dublin slums. http://hammer.prohosting.com/~penz/encycl/sppedia.htm
Extractions: Born in Freehold New Jersey to secretary and bus driver. Discipline problem and lack of motivation at school. Started visiting Greenwich Village, New York and formed 'Steel Mill' band. Later 'Dr Zoom and the Sonic Boom'. First album 'Greetings from Ashbury Park' (1973) hailed him as the new Bob Dylan . 'Born to Run' album (1975) est'd his position as powerful writer backed by E Street Band. Legal wrangles delayed next album but still played to sell-out concerts. 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' (1978) and 'By The River' (1980) had moved from the adolescent "last chance power drive" of 'Born to Run' to drown in a predetermined Working-Class life of "union card and wedding band". 'Nebraska' album (1982) barefacts recorded in his living room, from the murderer whose 'Highway Patrolman' brother had kept letting him off earlier petty crimes, to poor kids secretly listening to rich folks partying in 'Mansion on the Hill'. 1984 saw 'Born in the USA' which some critics said wasn't going anywhere. Others said that summed up USA. Hit with 'Dancing in the Dark' about blind faith. Yet president Reagan highlighted Bruce as spokesman for the Reaganomics 'National Renewal'. Won Grammy award for best male rock vocalist in 1985. Did 6-week global tour for Amnesty International along with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Youssou N'Dour and Tracy Chapman . The 1988 album 'Tunnel of Love' is a collection of sombre love songs.
La Littérature Irlandaise Translate this page À ces noms, il faut ajouter ceux du romancier et auteur dramatique GeorgeMoore (1852-1933) et du poète et romancier James Stephens (1882-1950). http://eire.land.free.fr/litera.html
PLCMC - Catalog - AudioTape Books Stephanopoulos, George, 1961, All Too Human a Political Education /. Stephens,James, 1882-1950. The Crock of Gold. Sterling, Joy. A Cultivated Life. http://www.plcmc.org/catalog/ubot.asp?alpha=S&typesort=author
Extractions: eaglesweb.com A personal literature and arts website In Europe: eaglesweb.co.uk English Language Lyrical Poems Volume 3 Readings by Walter Rufus Eagles Item Code: AALPVIP3 60 English Language Lyrical Poems 1. Alfred, Lord Tennyson [1809-1883]: Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal [0:52] 2. Wm. Blake [1757-1827]: The Sick Rose [0:22] 3. W. H. Auden [1907-1973]: Lay Your Sleeping Head My Love [1:37] 4. Theodore Roethke [1908-1963]: My Papa's Waltz [0:39] 5. Emily Dickinson [1830-1886]: I Never Saw a Moor [0:20] 6. Wm. Butler Yeats [1865-1939]: The Song of Wandering Aengus [1:03] 7. Robert Louis Stevenson [1850-1894]: Requiem [0:28] 8. Sir Walter Raleigh [1552-1618]: Even Such Is Time [0:32] 9. Edna St. Vincent Millay [1882-1950]: Recuerdo [1:05] 10. John Donne [1573-1631]: Go and Catch a Falling Star [1:09] 11. John Keats [1795-1821]: Ode on a Grecian Urn [2:46] 12. Christina Rossetti [1830-1894]: When I Am Dead My Dearest [0:40] 13. R. P. Blackmur [1904-1965]: