9 edition of May Sinclair found in the catalog.
December 21, 2006
by Ashgate Publishing
|Contributions||Andrew J. Kunka (Editor), Michele K. Troy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
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The white plume of Canadas grand old man
Atlantic worlds in the long eighteenth century
Malmesbury Batholith and its relationship to granitic plutons in the Swartland Tectonic Domain
Management consulting in the 1970s
A concise introduction to logic
Three centuries of advance, A.D.1500-A.D.1800.
Assessing the quality of anthropometric data
Spearhead of logistics
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Housing cattle on slatted floors
Conversations with the Kremlin, and Dispatches from Russia.
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Looking for books by May Sinclair. See all books authored by May Sinclair, including I Shudder at Your Touch, and The Life and Death of Harriett Frean, and more on May Sinclair, original name Mary Amelia St. Clair Sinclair, (born AugRock Ferry, England—died NovemBierton, England), English writer and suffragist known for her innovations in the development of the psychological novel.
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May Sinclair was an innovator of modern fiction, a late Victorian who was also a precursor to Virginia Woolf. In her Uncanny Stories (), Sinclair combines the traditional ghost story with the discoveries of Freud and Einstein. The stories shock, enthral, delight and unsettle/5(11).
Book Description. May Sinclair was a central figure in the modernist movement, whose contribution has long been underacknowledged. A woman of both modern and Victorian impulses, a popular novelist who also embraced modernist narrative techniques, Sinclair embodied the contradictions of her era.
May Sinclair was a novelist, poet, philosopher, translator, and critic. She was both popular and extremely prolific, writing twenty-three novels, thirty-nine short stories, and several poetry collections throughout the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. May This is a follow-up to Charlotte Jones’ excellent and most useful contribution to The May Sinclair Society Website, giving a summary of her findings about the fate of the Philosophy Books bequeathed to The London Library by May Sinclair on her death in Well Sinclair had just completed writing introductions to the Bronte n It was May Sinclair who coined the term “stream of consciousness” when reviewing Dorothy Richardson.
Sinclair was a suffragist and modernist who also was influenced by Freud and psychoanalysis. This novel was published in /5.
Sinclair's complete works are available on Project Gutenberg, and the May Sinclair Society, launched this month, will be organising discussions, conferences and.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. May Sinclair. A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Sinclair, May: Anne Severn and the Fieldings (Gutenberg text) Sinclair, May: Arnold Waterlow: A Life (London: Hutchinson and Co., ca.
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May Sinclair: A Modern Victorian, the first book to appear on May Sinclair in nearly thirty years, draws on newly discovered manuscripts to tell the story of this woman whose emotional isolation bears witness to the great price Victorian women had to pay for their intellectual freedom.
Explores the tension between the abstract intellect and material bodies in May Sinclair’s writing. May Sinclair was a bestselling author of her day whose versatile literary output, including criticism, philosophy, poetry, psychoanalysis and experimental fiction, now frequently falls between the established categories of literary modernism.
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