- Author:Frank Kermode
- Publisher:Univ.Glasgow P. (November 16, 1972)
- Pages:32 pages
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He was the Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature at University College London and the King Edward VII Professor of English Literature at Cambridge University.
Addressing Frank Kermode. Addressing Frank Kermode pp 154-168 Cite as. Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Dancing Men and Women. Authors and affiliations. Kermode talked of a generic specialisation, whereby one element of narrative undergoes elephantiasis, so that the reader’s main object becomes interpreting clues or solving problems - in fact, ‘hermeneutic activity’
Poetry, narrative, history.
Poetry, narrative, history. by. Kermode, Frank, 1919-. Literature and history, Narration (Rhetoric), Poetry - History and criticism. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station15. cebu on April 7, 2019.
Novel and Narrative, XXIV W. Ker Memorial Lecture, University of Glasgow, 1972. The Classic: literary images of permanence and change, The . Eliot memorial lectures, New York, Viking Press, e London, Faber and Faber, 1975; poi Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1983. Lawrence, London, Fontana Modern Masters, 1973. The Oxford Anthology of English Literature, 6 voll. 1973, (a cura di, con John Hollander). T. S. Eliot, Selected prose, London, Faber and Faber, 1975 (a cura di). The Genesis of Secrecy: on the interpretation of narrative, Charles Eliot Norton lectures, Cambridge-London, Harvard University Press, 1979.
A World Without a World View: the condition of post-modernity'.
'A World Without a World View: the condition of post-modernity'. Eliot's "The Waste Land" documentary (1987).
Frank Kermode has long held a distinctive place among modern critics. Drawing on the venerable tradition of biblical interpretation, Mr. Kermode examines some enigmatic passages and episodes in the gospels. He offers here an inquiry-elegant in conception and style-into the art of interpretation. His subject quite simply is meanings; how they are revealed and how they are concealed.
This is the forty-second session in a series of monthly lectures and discussions, featuring Dr. Gregory Sadler, and hosted by the Brookfield Public Library. The series focuses on philosophical themes in the works and world of selected classic and contemporary fantasy, science fiction, horror, and other speculative fiction genre authors. We continue the series by focusing in this session on the gothic, horror, and science fiction writer, Mary Shelley. We discuss her biography, the narrative universe of his works, and several philosophical themes of his utopian and dystopian novels.
Kermode, Frank 1919–(John Frank Kermode) Source for information on. .Novel and Narrative, University of Glasgow Press (Glasgow, Scotland), 1972. Lawrence, Viking (New York, NY), 1973.
Kermode, Frank 1919–(John Frank Kermode) Source for information on Kermode, Frank 1919–: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. PERSONAL: Surname is pronounced "ker-mode"; born November 29, 1919, in Douglas, Isle of Man; son of John Pritchard and Doris (Kennedy) Kermode; married Maureen Eccles, 1947 (divorced, 1970); married, wife's name Anita (divorced, 1991); children: Mark, Deborah. Education: University of Liverpool, .