6 edition of Marguerite Young, Our Darling found in the catalog.
by Dalkey Archive Press
Written in English
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Marguerite Young’s Miss MacIntosh, My Darling is a dense fusion of poetry and prose. One critic says it’s unjustifiably forgotten. Or perhaps something more obscure? When Marguerite Young’s novel Miss MacIntosh, My Darling, was published in , it weighed in at 1, pages. There’s a. With Miss MacIntosh, My Darling () Marguerite Young established herself as one of the greatest writers of our time, and yet she has been slow to attract critical attention. Miriam Fuchs remedies that defect with the first book-length study of her work, a gathering of personal reminiscences and appreciative essays that explore the breadth of Young’s achievement.
William Goyen calls the book "a mammoth epic, a massive fable, a picaresque journey, a Faustian quest and a work of stunning magnitude and beauty." Marguerite Young, Our Darling: Tributes and Essays. Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, "Marguerite Young, Greenwich Village icon," in The New York Times News Service. Novem Marguerite Young published her first collection of verse, Prismatic Ground, in In came the double appearance of Moderate Fable, her last volume of verse, and Angel in the Forest, a history of two Utopian communities in New Harmony, Indiana, in the nineteenth uently, portions of the novel to which she was to devote eighteen years, Miss .
Fuchs, Miriam (ed) Marguerite Young, Our Darling (Dalkey Archive Press, ) includes five essays on Miss MacIntosh, My Darling originally published in The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Fall ). References ^. Author of Angel in the forest, Miss MacIntosh, my darling, Prismatic ground, The Collected Poems of Marguerite Young, Marguerite Young, Interview, Marguerite Young, Moderate fable, Nothing but the truthWritten works: Miss MacIntosh, My Darling, Harp Song For A Radical, Angel In The Forest.
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"After a decade of minimalist fiction, Young might find a new readership for her work with this collection serving as enticement." -- Choice "In Marguerite Young, Our Darling, editor Miriam Fuchs has assembled a tri-part collection of seventeen "Tributes and Recollections," eleven critical essays, Our Darling book two recorded conversations.5/5(1).
Marguerite Vivian Young (Aug – Novem ) was an American novelist and academic. She is best known for her novel Miss MacIntosh, My Darling.
In her later years, she was known for teaching creative writing and as a mentor to young authors. "She was a respected literary figure as well as a cherished Greenwich Village Alma mater: Butler University B.A., University of.
Marguerite Vivian Young was an American author of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and criticism. Her work evinced an interest in the American identity, social issues, and environmentalism. Her first book of poetry was published inwhile she was teaching high-school English in Indianapolis/5.
Miss MacIntosh, My Darling is a novel by Marguerite Young. She has described it as "an exploration of the illusions, hallucinations, errors of judgment in individual lives, the central scene of the novel being an opium addict's paradise." Our Darling book novel is one of the longest ever written.
1 Writing the novel. 2 Character : Marguerite Young. Get this from a library. Marguerite Young, our darling: tributes and essays.
[Miriam Fuchs;] -- With Miss MacIntosh, My Darling () Marguerite Young established herself as one of the greatest writers of our time, and yet she has been slow to.
I saw that quote on the back of the book about 1/4 of the way through Miss MacIntosh, My Darling (MMMD) and immediately thought "YES!" That's the thing about this book -- reading to one marker begets reading to the next marker and so on until pages are past and you don't know what I feel like this book needs a little bit of cheer-leading /5.
Marguerite Young reminded me that many strange and wondrous things once came out of the void. If we could see the world as it truly is, we would realize that they still are, that it’s happening all the time.
Read Marguerite Young’s Art of Fiction interview. Meghan O’Gieblyn is a writer who lives in Wisconsin. Also in Dalkey Press publishes Young's collection of essays and short fiction, entitled Inviting the Muses: Stories/Essays/Reviews, in addition to a volume of tributes entitled Marguerite Young, Our Darling, edited by Miriam Fuchs, currently Professor of English, University of Hawaii.
Marguerite Vivian Young (Aug – Novem ) was an American writer and academic. She is best known for her novel Miss MacIntosh, My Darling. In her later years, she was known for teaching creative writing and as a mentor to young authors. "She was a respected literary figure as well as a cherished Greenwich Village eccentric.".
Based on images from the book Miss MacIntosh, My Darling by Marguerite Young. DATE: 10 April FROM: Richard Airis. yes, i met marguerite near the end of her life. at the time, i knew little about her. through the years, i’ve often wondered who this woman really was and was excited to learn of this web page.
i regret i. She edited Marguerite Young, Our Darling: Tributes and Essays (Dalkey Archive Press, ) and co-edited with Ellen G. Friedman Breaking the Sequence: Women's Experimental Literature (Princeton Univ. Press, ).
Her book The Text Is Myself: Women's Life Writing and Catastrophe is forthcoming (Univ. of Wisconsin Press, ). Just want to let buyers know that ISBN x, Harvest/HBJ, is Volume Two of Marguerite Young's Miss MacIntosh, My Darling, the culmination of the work. Anais Nin "This is a search for reality through a maze of illusions and fantasy and dreams, ultimately asserting in the words of Calderon: 'Life is a dream.'"Cited by: 4.
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It is a picaresque, psychological novel―a novel of the road, a journey or voyage of Cited by: 4. Reprinted in Marguerite Our Darling, ed. Fuchs. Staley, R. Eric. “No Landscape But The Soul’s: A Critical Study of the Work of Marguerite Young.”. Marguerite Young, Our Darling: Tributes and Essays. With Miss MacIntosh, My Darling () Marguerite Young established herself as one of the greatest writers of our time, and yet she has been slow to attract critical attention.
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Fuchs, Miriam. Published by Normal, IL () ISBN ISBN Our Darling's First Book. Bright Pictures and Easy Lessons for Little Folk. YOUNG, Marguerite. BornIndianapolis, Indiana.
Daughter of Chester E. and Fay Knight Young. Marguerite Young was raised from early childhood by her maternal grandmother. She attended Indiana and Butler Universities (B.A. in English and French, ) and the University of Chicago (M.A., ).
Working her way through graduate school, she read the works of. With Miss MacIntosh, My Darling () Marguerite Young established herself as one of the greatest writers of our time, and yet she has been slow to attract critical attention.
Miriam Fuchs remedies that defect with the first book-length study of her work, a gathering of personal reminiscences and appreciative essays that explore the breadth of.
InCharles Ruas produced a series of WBAI radio programs focused on literature and radio performance, called "The Reading Experiment". As part of this series, Miss MacIntosh, My Darling was read over a year-long period by Marguerite Young’s contemporaries from the New York City literature, music, and theater communities.
All readings. (4) Marguerite Young, Our Darling, Tributes and Essays, ed. Miriam Fuchs (Normal: Dalkey Archive Press, ), (5) Once, when Coulette and Justice assigned us to write two sonnets on a theme from classical literature, there was an outcry of protest from a .The contributors to Marguerite Young, Our Darling are in no doubt on this question.
Expanded from a special issue of the Review of Contemporary Fiction, this. No one will read your book. This isn’t an insult. It’s a statistical fact. For an example that’s depressing on many levels, take Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard’s Killing Patton, which according to Nielsen was the only adult book (in English) to sell more than one million copies last year.
When viewed globally, selling million copies of a book, though a .