2 edition of bibliography of the writings of Norman Douglas found in the catalog.
bibliography of the writings of Norman Douglas
Edward David McDonald
|Statement||by Edward D. McDonald; with notes by Norman Douglas.|
|Series||[The Centaur bibliographies,, no. 7]|
|LC Classifications||Z8238.5 .M13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165,  p.|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||27006173|
Norman Douglas's biography and life Norman Douglas (8 December – 7 February ) was a British writer, now best known for his novel South Douglas was born in . Author Norman Douglas was born in Austria on December 8, and was educated in England, Germany, and France. In , he joined the British Foreign Office and worked as a diplomat in Russia and Italy. He left the service in apparently as the result of an indiscreet love affair.
An article about writer Norman Douglas (noted pedophile) has been inspired by the flurry of activity stirred up by a recent HBO documentary about the posthumous reputation of the singer Michael Jackson. This is by the author of a forthcoming biography of Douglas, Rachel Hope Cleves, and was posted on the website Time and again, Douglas establishes a pastoral scene on a terrace or hillside, where his characters repose amid gorgeous descriptive prose and thrash out issues of interest to the author. The book.
author Norman Douglas. Correspondents include J. R. Ackerley, C. R. Dawes, his son Robin Douglas, Edward Garnett, Dorothy Ireland, Gerald Kelly, Edward David McDonald, Grant Richards, and others. Some papers of publisher Guiseppe("Pino") Orioli are present, as is material concerning the Richard McGillivray Dawkins book Norman Douglas ( Limited to large paper copies, this is # SIGNED by Norman Douglas on the limitation page. Red cloth, gilt stamped spine lettering, top edges gilt. The volume is bumped on the spine ends, has a sunned spine with diminished lettering, a 1/8" tear to the cloth on the front joint, and some bubbling to the cloth near the base of the front panel.
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Get this from a library. A bibliography of the writings of Norman Douglas. [Edward D McDonald]. Douglas, Norman. A Bibliography of the Writings of Norman Douglas. Centaur Book Shop, Philadelphia (). By Edward D. McDonald. large paper copies, signed and numbered by the author and by Douglas.
Norman Douglas has 35 books on Goodreads with ratings. Norman Douglas’s most popular book is South Wind.
Norman Douglas was born in Thüringen, Austria (his surname was registered at birth as Douglass). His mother was Vanda von Poellnitz. His father was John Sholto Douglas (), manager of a cotton mill, who died when Norman was about six.
Norman was /5. First full-lenght biography of Norman Douglas. Norman Douglas () lived a long, varied and on many occasions scandalous life. The son of a Scottish father and Austrian Mother, with a boyhood spent in the Voralberg district, he was by turns a young scholar of ripening repute, a man about town in London, a young diplomat in Russia.
From Russia he had to make a sudden departure because of. His first notable book was Siren Land () and his first popular success the satirical novel South Wind ().
Perhaps the richest of his books is Old Calabria () and the most self-revealing, his informal autobiography Looking Back (). This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy Tikkanen, Corrections Manager. Norman Douglas was born in Thüringen, Austria (his surname was registered at birth as Douglass).
His mother was Vanda von Poellnitz. His father was John Sholto Douglas (), manager of a cotton mill, who died when Norman was about six.
Norman was. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Norman Douglas (Douglas, Norman, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.
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Douglas was also the author of three books during this period, Siren Land: A Celebration of Life in Southern Italy (), Fountains in the Sand () on Tunisia, and Old Calabria (), rugged mountains and windswept coastlines facing Sicily. Explore books by Norman Douglas with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Books by Norman Douglas.
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South Wind (The Modern Library of the World's Best Books) by Norman Douglas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at South Wind is a novel by British author Norman Douglas. It is Douglas' most famous book and his only success as a novelist.
It is set on an imaginary island called Nepenthe, located off the coast of Italy in the Tyrrhenian Sea, a thinly fictionalized description of Capri's residents and visitors. The narrative concerns twelve days during which Thomas Heard, a bishop returning to England.
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Biography of Norman Douglas. Primary Sources Norman Douglas. Norman Douglas, the third son of John Sholto Douglass (–), mountaineer and archaeologist, and his wife, Vanda (–), daughter of Baron Ernst von Poellnitz, was born in Thüringen, Austria, on 8th December When Douglas was five, his father was killed in a mountaineering accident, and in he was sent to be.
George Norman Douglas (December 8, - February 7, ) was a British writer, now best known for his novel South Douglas was born in Thüringen, Austria (his surname was registered at birth as Douglass).His mother was Vanda von Poellnitz.Search Author, Title or ISBN Go.
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