2 edition of Letters to X from H.J. Massingham. found in the catalog.
Letters to X from H.J. Massingham.
H. J. Massingham
Reprint of 1919 ed.
|Series||Essay index reprint series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 298 p.|
|Number of Pages||298|
About this Item: Hutchinson, Condition: Very good copy. The Book designed by Laurence Scarfe. (illustrator). First Edition. x mm, magenta buckram, spine lettered in gilt, upper cover blocked with design in gilt, pp, including plates in colour (one folding) and black & white, decorative endpapers. H. W. Massingham’s book from the library of Siegfried Sassoon plus letter to Sassoon H.W. Massingham was the editor of the Nation, a leading British radical weekly newspaper, between and Massingham published a number of Sassoon’s poems in the paper during these years.
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A cultural history of the new nature writing. Link/Page Citation The term 'new nature writing' entered public consciousness in Britain in the late s in a series of widely discussed books and a special edition of Granta magazine under that title. such as Henry Williamson and H. J. Massingham, in whom the nostalgia for stable feudal. Mn. H. J. Rostra:num has done a great service to lovers of animals in editing this book. We could not have wished to have the letters about animals which Mr. Massingham has selected from the correspondence columns of the Spectator better collated and annotated. His annotations never fail to carry the subject much further. We shall not quote any of the stories, because all of them have already .
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Excerpt from Letters to X From H. J Massingham These letters were written two, three and four years ago, many of them, indeed, before the war. I come back to them, therefore, almost as an alter ego, almost in the guise of the grim, impartial critic who will read them and judge : Harold John Massingham.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Massingham, H.J. (Harold John), Letters to X from H.J. Massingham. Freeport N.Y., Books for Libraries Press . H.J. Massingham has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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letters to x from h j massingham Notable are several texts that examine the presentation of Jesus in the Gospels of John and Mark, as well as in the Book of Hebrews and in the letters of Paul. Other early Christian literature is represented as well, from the Infancy Gospel of Thomas to various Apocryphal Acts of Apostles and liturgical or.
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Massingham () was renowned as a prolific writer on matters relating to the British countryside. In this volume, which was originally published inMassingham provides a rich and detailed description of traditional agricultural husbandry and the rural crafts inseparable from it.
Written in consultation with various practitioners of these crafts, the text reveals a subtle. Chiltern Country by H J Massingham and a great selection of related books, Chiltern Country by MASSINGHAM (H. J.).
MASSINGHAM (H. J.). Published by B T Batsford () Used. First Edition. First Edition 1st printing Autumn VG/VG (book- no notable shelf wear or soiling to cloth boards, contemporary ink gift insc.
to reverse of. gham's review copy, with his inked ownership signature and date all but erased from the front free endpaper, some occasional pencilled margin notes and underlining, and a review inkstamp to the title page (Massingham's review of the novel appeared in the June 17th issue of the 'Daily Chronicle', where he called it "Far and away.
Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. It is a perfect literature for studying. Letters to X From H J Massingham. Harold John Massingham. Letters to X From H J Massingham.
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8s. 6d.) MR. MASSINGHAM here departs somewhat from his usual line of country, and pursues a subject first suggested to him in a letter he received from a naval lieutenant: "I feel that the loss of the love of the land for its own sake and the loss of the Christian religion are the greatest tragedies this country has ever suffered.".