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For one thing, it reminds us of how good a writer he really was.
The earlier materials, having been properly composed and subsequently polished, furnish all the evidence one could need that he possessed an enormous and enviable natural gift for telling a tale. Even when merely playing the raconteur, his sense of proportion and pace are nearly infallible. His few extended exercises in boyhood reminiscence invariably carry the reader along on their currents, and it is always something of a disappointment when they come to a premature halt at the point where the author let his pen drop.
The text would have been impoverished by the suppression of these ringing rhapsodies of bile. That Twain was something of a misanthropist is generally known; it was very much a part of the comic face he was always willing to turn to the world. What might come as a surprise to the reader of these memoirs is how deep, sincere, and acerbic his misanthropy really was.
Twain has little patience for those who are, to his mind, overly confident of their own virtue. His fairly robust distaste for clergymen occasionally slips out, as does his special detestation of missionaries whom he evidently sees as little more than ambassadors of our corrupt culture in more unspoiled quarters of the earth.
Most patriotism he regards as a nasty, fraudulent, and degrading emotion, whose chief effect is to blind men to their national evils: in the case of the United States, lynch law at home and imperialist atrocities abroad. And then there are his various reflections on faith, including one particularly long, harsh, and disdainful commentary on the idiocy of human hope in providence in the midst of a world of such unimaginable suffering and so many monstrous misfortunes. On these matters, almost nothing of what he has to say could have been printed in his lifetime without harm to his popular reputation, and yet nothing brings us nearer to the essential truth of the man.
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He mentions also the death of his first child, Langdon, at twenty-two months, but only in passing. He even reproduces passages from a biography she attempted to write of him when she was still a child, spelling errors and all. One sees him here genuinely sounding the depths of his love. Some are brutal. Others are unsatisfying because they lack a moral conclusion. As for the couple of tales of children who play at pig-slaughtering, which end up with kiddies getting killed or dying, they are probably best omitted from Christmas editions.
Yet most of the Grimm tales are about underdogs making good; the last shall be first in their world. Paganism and piety coexist here. Charles Day. Douglas Murray. James Delingpole. Brendan O'Neill.
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James Kirkup. Robert Peston. Fraser Nelson. James Forsyth. Kipper Williams. Mary Wakefield. Robert Carver. Sarah Churchwell. Sam Leith. Lawrence's novel was successfully dramatised for the stage in a three-act play by British playwright John Harte. Although produced at the Arts Theatre in London in and elsewhere later on , his play was written in It was the only D.
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Lawrence novel ever to be staged, and his dramatisation was the only one to be read and approved by Lawrence's widow, Frieda. Despite her attempts to obtain the copyright for Harte to have his play staged in the s, Baron Philippe de Rothschild did not relinquish the dramatic rights until his film version was released in France. Only the Old Bailey trial against Penguin Books for alleged obscenity in publishing the unexpurgated paperback edition of the novel prevented the play's transfer to the much bigger Wyndham's Theatre , for which it had already been licensed by the Lord Chamberlain's Office on 12 August with passages censored.
It was fully booked out for its limited run at the Arts Theatre and well reviewed by Harold Hobson , the prevailing West End theatre critic of the time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the novel. For other uses, see Lady Chatterley's Lover disambiguation. Main article: R v Penguin Books Ltd.
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