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Fri Mar 21 17:11:22 2014 UTClccn-n790566160.00<>0.271.00Support structures envisioning the post-community in contemporary British fiction and film /4929868Penelope_Fitzgeraldn 79056616289707Fitzgerald, Penelope.Knox, Penelope 1916-2000lccn-n78096916Novalis1772-1801lccn-n86122952Kühn, Sophie von1782-1797viaf-134199040British Broadcasting Corporationlccn-n50043983Knox, Ronald Arbuthnott1888-1957lccn-n91125336Knox, A. D.(Alfred Dillwyn)1884-1943lccn-n50042393Knox, E. V.(Edmund Valpy)1881-1971lccn-n85822370Knox, Wilfred L.(Wilfred Lawrence)1886-1950lccn-n82111169Mew, Charlotte Mary1869-1928lccn-n2003041205Dooley, Terence1950-edtlccn-n79120945Burne-Jones, Edward Coley1833-1898Fitzgerald, PenelopeFictionHistoryBiographyPolitical fictionDomestic fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceEnglandNovalis,Relations with womenKühn, Sophie von,Great BritainGermanyPoets, GermanEngland--Thames RiverBooksellers and booksellingWomen in the book industries and tradeBargesEngland--LondonWidowsMothers and daughtersEngland--London--BatterseaWorking class womenEnglish fictionBritishNovelists, EnglishWorld War (1939-1945)Manners and customsBookstoresRussiaEngland--CambridgePhysicistsPolitical fictionChild actorsActing teachersKnox, Ronald Arbuthnott,Knox, E. V.--(Edmund Valpy),Knox, A. D.--(Alfred Dillwyn),Knox, Wilfred L.--(Wilfred Lawrence),Fitzgerald, PenelopeItaly--FlorenceYoung womenPoets, EnglishMew, Charlotte Mary,Upper classPhysiciansMuseumsMuseum curatorsAntiquitiesAfricaLesbiansEnglish literatureAmerican literatureDomestic fictionWomen and literatureFriendshipRadio broadcasting19162000192719661967196819691973197519771978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112013201419683172660823.914PR6056.I86ocn799441403224939ocn036104132book19950.22Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe blue flowerHistoryFictionA fictionalized biography of the 18th Century German poet, Friedrich Leopold von Hardenberg, who wrote under the nom de plume, Novalis. The novel centers on his philosophy ("My conviction gains infinitely the moment another soul will believe in it.") and on his romance with Sophie von Kuhn, 12, who became his muse, but who died of tuberculosis before they could marry. By the author of The Gates of Angels+-+7244030485181142ocn015549389book19790.22Fitzgerald, PenelopeOffshoreHistoryFictionDomestic fictionAn eccentric bunch lives on the houseboats on the Battersea Reach of the Thames, including Maurice, a male prostitute and receiver of stolen goods; Richard, a "buttoned-up ex-navy man;" and Nenna, "a faithful, loving, but abandoned wife."--Cover+-+4953290485171537ocn037155604book19780.21Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe bookshopFictionPolitical fictionThe pettiness of an English seaside town. It is described by Florence Green, a middle-aged widow who buys a house for a bookshop, something the town has not had for over a century. Leading her enemies is Mrs. Gamart who wanted the house for an arts center+-+8194130485132839ocn041039914book19800.21Fitzgerald, PenelopeHuman voicesFictionA wacky novel on the British Broadcasting Corporation in the early stages of World War II. Romances bloom and a conscientious program director requests equipment to record the expected German invasion. By the author of The Blue Flower+-+K261040485131621ocn043851508book20000.21Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe means of escapeFictionA collection of stories skips across the globe from England to New Zealand between the seventeenth century and the modern day, exploring the shifting fortunes of class and wealth+-+4585562555324128928ocn023869155book19900.22Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe gate of angelsFictionOut on the dark country roads around Cambridge University in 1912, Fred Fairly, a junior fellow at the College of St. Angelicus, and pretty, plainspoken Daisy have a freak bicycle accident and end up sharing a bed!+-+0383930485123438ocn018715781book19880.23Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe beginning of springHistoryFictionA man, with the help of a young Russian peasant girl, learns to cope with his household after his English wife leaves Moscow in the spring of 1913+-+K623540485116629ocn008387705book19820.22Fitzgerald, PenelopeAt Freddie'sFictionFitzgerald writes a story about the formidable proprietress of "Freddie's, " the Temple Stage School, which provides child actors for London's West End theaters, a promising child actor and his rival, and a man with wicked plans to rescue Freddie's from insolvency+-+3361040485100826ocn014967407book19860.23Fitzgerald, PenelopeInnocence : a novelFictionBeautiful Chiara is the last of the Ridolfi, a Florentine family of long lineage and eccentric habits. She is smitten with Salvatore, a brilliant but penniless doctor, a rational man who wants nothing to do with romance. This is the story of how these two--with the best intentions, the kindest of instincts, and the most meddlesome of friends--make each other wonderfully miserable inside+-+372354048579314ocn017477488book19840.37Fitzgerald, PenelopeCharlotte Mew and her friends : with a selection of her poemsBiographyBiografie van de Engelse dichteres Charlotte Mew, die zichzelf in 1928 van het leven beroofde. Zij worstelde met lesbische gevoelens die zij voor iedereen verborgen hield+-+492796255564022ocn004741335book19770.20Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe golden childFiction+-+835377132563517ocn002006197book19750.56Fitzgerald, PenelopeEdward Burne-Jones : a biographyBiography+-+071064502559615ocn003090064book19770.31Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe Knox brothers : Edmund (Evoe), 1881-1971, Dillwyn, 1883-1943, Wilfred, 1886-1950, Ronald, 1888-1957Biography4036ocn052417980book20030.31Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe afterlifeCriticism, interpretation, etcE.M. Delafield, Dorothy L. Sayers, Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, Doora Carrington, Ford Madox Ford, Rose Macaulay, Rebecca West, John Lehmann, Louis Macneice, C.S. Lewis, Stevie Smith, Angus Wilson, Roald Dahl, Philip Larkin, J.L. Carr, Barbara Pym, Muriel Spark, John McGahern, Roddy Doyl, William Trevor, Amy Tan, Richard Yates, Carol Shields, Jung Chang, Victor Klemperer, Canaletto's Venice, The Holy Land, The Moors, My life and workd, My childhood home, Schooldays, Reading for the plot, Diaglogue in fiction, Why I write, How I write, Last Words" --Back Cover+-+63468973063707ocn044516620book20000.24Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe Knox brothers : Edmund, 1881-1971, Dillwyn, 1884-1943, Wilfred, 1886-1950, Ronald, 1888-1957BiographyFitzgerald recounts the lives of her editor father and his three brothers. The four left "a legacy of wit, intelligence and distinctive literary achievement."--dust jacket+-+50458973063578ocn052388040book20010.27Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe bookshop ; The gate of angels ; The blue flowerFictionPublisher's description: The Bookshop is a postwar tragicomedy of manners, set in an isolated seaside town where an enterprising woman opens a bookstore only to find it beset by poltergeists, weather, and hostile townsfolk. The Gate of Angels is an Edwardian romance within a novel of ideas: a young doctor devoted to science and to his all-male Cambridge college finds his life and views disrupted by a nurse named Daisy. The Blue Flower, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award, revitalizes historical drama through the story of Novalis, an eighteenth-century German romantic poet and visionary genius, and his unlikely love affair with a simple child-woman. These three novels all display Fitzgerald₂s characteristic wit, intellectual breadth, and narrative brilliance, applied to an array of traditional forms into which she breathed new life+-+52970620363242824ocn052381557book20030.32Fitzgerald, PenelopeOffshore ; Human voices ; The beginning of springHistoryFiction"The novel Offshore limns the marginal existence of an eccentric assortment of barge dwellers on the Thames in the early 1960s, a group of misfits who are drawn to life on the muddy river in exile from the world of the landlocked. Human Voices takes us behind the scenes at the BBC during World War II, as world-weary directors and nubile young assistants attempt to save Britain's heritage and keep Britons calm in the face of a feared German invasion. In The Beginning of Spring, a struggling English printer living in Moscow in 1913 is abandoned by his wife and left alone to care for his three young children in the face of the impending revolution."--BOOK JACKET+-+70769555962624ocn041977261book19990.24Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe golden childFictionThis novel combines a deft comedy of manners with a classic mystery set in London's most refined institution--the museum. When the glittering treasure of the ancient golden child is delivered to the museum, a web of intrigue tightens around its personnel+-+146104048522011ocn059470608book20030.39Fitzgerald, PenelopeA house of air : selected writingsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+57918625551153ocn009302669book19820.90Morris, WilliamThe novel on blue paperCriticism, interpretation, etc2811ocn055955340book20040.79Wolfe, PeterUnderstanding Penelope FitzgeraldHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"With readings of a broad range of her published works, including her final novel, The Blue Flower, Wolfe describes the unfolding of Fitzgerald's writing as a subtle, ongoing process. He maintains that the novels, though plain and rambling at first glance, grow fuller, stranger, and more stirring the more we invest in them. He details Fitzgerald's skill at sequencing events so as to unsettle readers and her ability to enhance motifs by not leaning too hard on them. Wolfe suggests that Fitzgerald's refusal to overplay effects and emotions, while at first puzzling in its disdain for drama, turns out to be one of her chief virtues, for she enables larger associations to emerge as she keeps big dramatic scenes from interfering with wider patterns."--BOOK JACKET+-+K6108552062506ocn191890416book20080.29Fitzgerald, PenelopeSo I have thought of you : the letters of Penelope FitzgeraldRecords and correspondenceAs well as bringing to life the people and places of Fitzgerald's life and times, this collection is bound to be fantastically funny - as entertaining as the Kingsley Amis letters - and shot through with the intelligence and insight for which she was renowned+-+95918625552127ocn320525132book20090.84Adams, DonAlternative paradigms of literary realismCriticism, interpretation, etcUsing the traditional genres of allegory, pastoral, and parable, this book develops alternative paradigms of literary realism with which to reexamine a group of crucial but marginalized 20th century writers who have been misread as conventional mimetic realists. This book remaps traditional genre boundaries in order to re-examine a group of crucial but marginalized twentieth-century writers who have been misread as conventional mimetic realists+-+9136715875742ocn858006324book20130.33Lee, HermionePenelope Fitzgerald : a lifeBiography251ocn048065571book20020.24Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe Knox brothers : Edmund, 1881-1971, Dillwyn, 1884-1943, Wilfred, 1886-1950, Ronald, 1888-1957BiographyFitzgerald recounts the lives of her editor father and his three brothers. The four left "a legacy of wit, intelligence and distinctive literary achievement."--dust jacket+-+9583662555324171ocn644708444com20010.47Contemporary literary criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+178191232542ocn611346865com20030.18Penelope Fitzgerald (1916-2000)Criticism, interpretation, etc31ocn060635694book20050.81Lu, Li'anBeyond the text : direction of literary study from studying the fiction and literary career of Penelope Fitzgerald = Wen ben zhi wai : you Peineiluopu Feicijielade de xiao shuo ji wen xue sheng ya kan wen xue yan jiuCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn773481084com20100.92Nothing Sacred (1970-1990)InterviewsThe 1970s and '80s were a time of turmoil and dislocating change in Britain as customs and values were repeatedly challenged-a period in which, as Angela Carter put it, there was "nothing sacred." This program examines the evolution of the British novel during the period 1970-90, spotlighting Fay Weldon, Angela Carter, Penelope Fitzgerald, John Berger, Malcolm Bradbury, Hanif Kureishi, Alasdair Gray, James Kelman, Martin Amis, Margaret Drabble, Jeanette Winterson, Salman Rushdie, and Ian McEwan as well as some of their key works. Contains instances of mature themes and explicit imagery. Some language may be offensive. Produced by the Open University. A part of the series In Their Own Words: British Novelists. (60 minutes) A streaming videorecording21ocn643885010book19830.32British novelists since 1960Bio-bibliographyBiography DictionariesDictionariesContains biographical sketches of representative British novelists whose work began to appear roughly around 196011ocn063165368com20051.00Godlasky, Rebecca SSupport structures envisioning the post-community in contemporary British fiction and filmHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFiction11ocn660539135book2005Lu, Li'an<>Criticism, interpretation, etc11ocn830460312visu19890.10Heinemann, TaraPenelope FitzgeraldPortraitsHead-and-shoulders portrait of Penelope Fitzgerald resting her head on her right fist11ocn863500398book20020.47Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe Knox brothers : Edmund 1881-1971, Dillwyn 1884-1843, Wilfred 1886-1950, Ronald 1888-1957+-+958366255532411ocn220849883book1989New South WalesReport of the special investigation into allegations concerning the payment of travel costs associated with a trip by Alderman, Fitzgerald of the Municipality of Drummoyne to San Remo (Italy) and the United Kingdom, under Section 212 of the Local Government Act 191911ocn811647071serial0.10Contemporary authors. a bio-bibliographical guide to current writers in fiction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures, television, and other fieldsBio-bibliography11ocn220541262book1989Wheeler, CDrummoyne Municipal Council, special investigation : allegations concerning the payment of travel costs associated with a trip by alderman, Fitzgerald to San Fele, Italy and the United Kingdom, May 198911ocn812153476serial0.10Contemporary literary criticism, criticism of the works of today's novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers, scriptwriters, and other creative writersCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7244030485+-+7244030485Fri Mar 21 15:29:09 EDT 2014batch35150