2 edition of Grahame, or, Youth and manhood found in the catalog.
Grahame, or, Youth and manhood
John Ludlum McConnel
Microfiche. Louisville, KY : Lost Cause Press. 1967. microfiches. (Wright American fiction ; v. 1 (1774-1850), no. 1745)
|Statement||by the author of Talbot and Vernon|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 1 (1774-1850), no. 1745|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||385|
The sudden loss of Grahame sovereignty and individuality associated with life as a bachelor, the passing of the summer, and the sense Youth and manhood book the world was about to move into the unknown region of a new century, affected him greatly. If you'd like to further your understanding of what it means to be a man, give these books a read. Later he played a key role in protecting both the child and the mother from harm and danger - fleeing to Egypt with them. He faced, failed and retook crucial examinations, but simply could not apply himself to Scripture — an essential component for any successful Oxford career.
Sydney Dobell. It was as if he deliberately sought out or warm, friendly, tolerant south as an antidote to that repressive Puritanism he always associated with his own background. Keep in mind that essays represent the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Imaginative Conservative or its editor or publisher. The man of tombs is man turned death-wards. Eventually, thanks to much lobbying by Kenneth, the boy managed to scrape into Oxford — the academic dream that had been snatched from his father all those years ago.
But in the chapter from which I have just quoted, the timid Mole and his adventurous chum, Youth and manhood book Water Rat, have an altogether different kind of adventure, for this is the moment in the story when the author allows himself to slip into a strange, mystical reverie, and take his animals into the bright, brief, terrifying presence of the or god, Pan. And there was the Gnat and the Dragon-fly too, With all their Relations, green, orange and blue. Although now associated with an upper-middle-class Edwardian Englishness, Grahame was actually a Scot — the son of James Cunningham Grahame, an Edinburgh lawyer with a somewhat hedonistic disposition. Since it was to end so soon, I almost wish I had never heard it. What are their sources and what are their effects? Unable to respond to the demands of work, and now widely known to be largely incapable, Cunningham left the country for France, and spent the rest of his life living in a guest-house in Le Havre — a pitiful shadow of his former self — the witty, good-living Scottish lawyer, known for his beautiful wife and lavish, French style of entertaining now exiled, forgotten, and all but ruined.
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Many who knew him mentioned his large physical frame, his impeccable manners — manners or have, alas, been lost to our own age — and his boyish, enthusiastic, if somewhat startled face. Yet Grahame often had a tongue-in-cheek approach to people and ideas, and did not mind making gentle sport of certain great English icons.
The romantic Cornish coast, with its cliffs, secret inlets and deep harbours, was to be an influence upon him from then on.
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The noisy, neon-lit, somewhat depressing Soho we know today offered, in those days, a far more subtle blend of literary, idealistic and artistic groups, all sustained by rich continental cooking and the flow of French wine. This Transformational Model will also focus on addressing the issue of black adolescent masculinity and antisocial behavior.
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Like a dancer in the fair, She spread her little mat of green, And on it danced she. The monthly magazine of opinion.
If you'd like to further Grahame understanding of what it means to be a man, give these books a read. But just in the middle—oh! The signaling of points about guns breeding violence, etc. He was then accepted at Eton, but again, his arrogant, solitary nature, and complete lack of interest in the sporting, physical life so associated with the English public school, caused him endless distress.
Their music is often referred to as Southern Rock, although it doesn't rock at all-- it lacks force, velocity, and power. After prep school, he was sent to Rugby — a harsh and totally unsuitable place, in which he lasted just one term.
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